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New Black gay group joins AIDS lobby day on Hill

New Black gay group joins AIDS lobby day on Hill ...

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ACT-SO steers N.J. African-American students to success

ACT-SO steers N.J. African-American students to success ...

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Johns Hopkins Hospital accused of infecting hundreds with STDS without their consent

Johns Hopkins Hospital accused of infecting hundreds with STDS without their consent ...

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AHF: FL Insurance Commissioner McCarty announces improved nationwide access to HIV Medications

Florida Insurance Commissioner Kevin M. McCarty announced this week that Aetna, Inc. and Coventry Health Care of Florida, Inc. are revising their HIV/AIDS drug formularies for individual health plan members ...

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Guy Anthony: I wanted to live

I wanted to live ...

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PrEP Clinics: A new weapon in the fight against HIV

A new weapon in the fight against HIV ...

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Substance use drops sharply in pregnant US women with HIV

Proportions of pregnant HIV-positive US women who reported substance use or tested positive for substance use fell sharply from 1990 to 2012, according to analysis of two large prospective cohorts. ...

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Study: Florida facing critical shortage of physician specialists through 2025

While Florida has known for some time about its shortage of doctors, a first-ever study of physician supply and demand commissioned by the Teaching Hospital Council of Florida and the Safety Net Hospital Alliance of Florida found the shortage will grow to 7,000 physician specialists by 2025 ...

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Black women endure menopause longest

Black women endure menopause longest ...

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