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Medicaid denies nearly half of requests for hepatitis C drugs: Study

People with hepatitis C who sought prescriptions for highly effective but pricey new drugs were significantly more likely to get turned down if they had Medicaid coverage than if they were insured by Medicare or private commercial policies, a recent study found. ...

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In Baltimore, distrust of doctors impedes HIV prevention

In Baltimore, distrust of doctors impedes HIV prevention ...

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10 things Black women need to know about PrEP

10 things Black women need to know about PrEP ...

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FDA approves new treatment for HIV

FDA approves new treatment for HIV ...

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World AIDS Day 2015: The Time to Act Is Now

The Time to Act Is Now ...

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World AIDS Day Community Event

Join us on Dec. 1, 2015 at Dillard High School from 3:30 to 6 p.m. for our World AIDS Day Community Event titled “Getting to Zero, Because You Matter: Creating an AIDS Free Generation” sponsored by AHF, MODCO, and Broward County. ...

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Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of Broward County

Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of Broward County is in its second year of administering Closing the Gap, a program funded by the Florida Department of Health, Office of Minority Health. ...

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The dos and don’ts of discussing HIV

The dos and don’ts of discussing HIV ...

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Should we criminalize HIV?

Should we criminalize HIV? ...

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Morgan State University hosts Health and Hip Hop Conference

Students from Maryland’s four historically Black colleges and universities—the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Bowie State University, Coppin State University and Morgan State University—participated in the event, which included a spoken-word competition; breakout sessions on hip-hop, sexual health and HIV/AIDS prevention; and performances by local hip-hop artists ...

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