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The piercing cry of child poverty

The piercing cry of child poverty ...

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Sickle Cell Disease Association of Broward County, Inc. Invites You to 38th Annual Appreciation & Scholarship Banquet

Sickle Cell Disease Association of Broward County, Inc. Invites You to 38th Annual Appreciation & Scholarship Banquet ...

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What the updated National HIV/AIDS strategy means for Black America

Now, five years later, the White House has released an update to the strategy, taking special care to address the unique needs of the Black community. ...

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NIH funds consortium for childhood oral health disparities research

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) will award 10 research grants aimed at eliminating inequities in access to care and improving the oral health of children ...

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Black straight men ignored in HIV prevention

Black straight men ignored in HIV prevention ...

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Disease Intervention Specialists at the Florida Department of Health

Disease Intervention Specialists (DIS) at the Florida Department of Health in Broward County spend their days locating people who have tested positive for an STD – or their sex partners – and offering them treatment. ...

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Meet the first African American women to patent a device for medical purposes

Dr. Patricia Bath was the first African American woman to patent a device for medical purposes. ...

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2015 USCA Newsmaker DeRay Mckesson, Black Lives Matter activist, compares fighting AIDS to protest over policing

AIDS activists fighting to end the epidemic in the Black community can take cues from the protests over police violence and the killing of unarmed Black men, says DeRay Mckesson, a prominent leader associated with the Black Lives Matter movement. ...

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Study shows how PrEP can protect heterosexual couples

For serodiscordant couples, those in which one partner is HIV positive, emphasis must be placed on ensuring that the HIV-negative partner avoids HIV infection. A new study shows that pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) can be crucial to achieving that goal. ...

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