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GENDER AND HIV: MEETING PEOPLE WHERE THEY ARE

Yet gender based bias and its relationship to race and class can negatively affect the care that people receive. ...

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As Phill Wilson Retires, Black AIDS Institute Launches New Programs

Black AIDS Institute Launches Bold Vision for the Future: Announces Retirement of President and CEO Phill Wilson, New Board Members, New Staff, New Partnerships, New Programs ...

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NBHAAD 2018: TAKING THE HIV/AIDS FIGHT TO THE FUTURE

This year, the Black AIDS Institute is celebrating the day by laying the groundwork for the next generation of HIV/AIDS response in Black communities. ...

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Prostate Cancer is the #1 Most Deadly Disease for Black Males — 10th Annual Prostate Cancer Awareness Observance Day to Bring Awareness!

Prostate Cancer, also known as a “Silent Killer”, affects 1 in 7 men, making it the most common non-skin cancer in America and the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in men in the United States. ...

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NIH begins large HIV treatment study in pregnant women

It will provide data on the use of these newer drugs during pregnancy, helping to ensure that women living with HIV and their infants receive the best available treatments. ...

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WILL YOU HELP US REACH OUR GOAL?

This year we want to be “the largest walking team” of 200 walkers and raising $100,000? This will be doubled to $200,000! ...

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CAN Community Health welcomes new doctors to its Broward House locations in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

CAN Community Health, celebrating its 26th year serving the needs of the HIV/AIDS community in Florida, is proud to announce that Dr. Ana Puga, Dr. Sheetal Sharma and Dr. Michael Sension have joined CAN in a partnership with Broward House at two clinics in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. ...

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HUD AWARDS $37 MILLION TO RENEW SUPPORT TO 32 LOCAL HIV-AIDS HOUSING PROGRAMS

In December, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced $37 million to assist more than 4,000 low-income persons living with HIV/AIDS and their families annually over a three-year period. ...

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FIGHTING STIGMA, AND OTHER THINGS MY ANCESTORS TAUGHT ME

FIGHTING STIGMA, AND OTHER THINGS MY ANCESTORS TAUGHT ME ...

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Cervical cancer is the 15th leading cause of cancer deaths among women in Florida

Cervical cancer is the 15th leading cause of cancer deaths among women in Florida, but it is the easiest gynecological cancer to prevent through screening, vaccination and lifestyle changes ...

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