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AHF Ad Campaign Targets Gilead's Refusal to Release Less-Toxic Tenofovir

By EDGE | Jul 26
Following a blistering Los Angeles Times article documenting Gilead's patent manipulation on its drugs containing tenofovir, AHF rolled out a new ad campaign in LGBT outlets calling for closer scrutiny of Gilead.

amfAR and RxArt Partner Up for Kiehl's 7th Annual LifeRide

By EDGE | Jul 26
On August 3rd in New York City, Kiehl's Since 1851 kicks off its seventh annual Kiehl's LifeRide for amfAR.

The Murky Role of Mental Illness in Extremism, Terror

By Maria Cheng | Jul 24
After family members of the driver who slammed a truck into a holiday crowd in the French city of Nice said he suffered from depression, questions have been raised again about the links between mental illness, extreme ideology and mass violence.

IAS and Partners Present Awards for Outstanding Research

By EDGE | Jul 23
The 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016), concluded on July 22 with the awarding of five prestigious scientific awards recognizing exceptional research presented at the conference.

Mineral Sunscreens: Rub It In, Rub It In!

By Matthew Wexler | Jul 22
Not all sunscreens are alike. Those with sensitive or acne-prone skin often turn to mineral-based sunscreens to reduce breakouts and irritation.

Feds Say Health Mergers Would Increase Costs, Threaten Care

By Tom Murphy and Eric Tucker | Jul 21
Federal regulators are suing to stop two major health insurance mergers because they say the deals will increase health care costs for Americans and lower the quality of care they get.

IAS and Elton John Foundation Are 'Doing The Right Thing' By Honoring Frontline Health Workers

By EDGE | Jul 21
The IAS and the Elton John AIDS Foundation team up to present the "Me and My Health Care Provider" campaign, giving MSM and transgender people the chance to thank their health care workers.

Florida Mosquitoes Being Tested for Zika to Confirm Case

By Jennifer Kay | Jul 21
Florida health officials have trapped mosquitoes in an area of Miami-Dade County and are testing them for Zika to confirm whether a woman with the virus could be the first person infected directly by a mosquito bite in the continental United States.

Xrysalis Gathering Brings LGBT People of Color Together for Retreat

By EDGE | Jul 19
From July 22-24 at Groundswell, a queer retreat center two hours north of the San Francisco Bay Area, queer people of color will gather to celebrate and inspire each other through art, activism and connection at the first-ever Xrysalis Gathering.

First Company Pink Raises Awareness About Breast Cancer

By EDGE | Jul 18
The Long Island-based nonprofit First Company Pink encourages women to screen for breast cancer with their 'got checked?' campaign.

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