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PBS NewsHour Launches: 'The End of AIDS: Far From Over'

PBS NewsHour Launches: 'The End of AIDS: Far From Over'

Jun 11
PBS NewsHour, launches "The End of AIDS: Far from Over" - a five-part broadcast and digital series on the major challenges that remain in the global fight against the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

AHF Rolls Out Lifesaver Bus at LA Pride and Beyond

AHF Rolls Out Lifesaver Bus at LA Pride and Beyond

Jun 11
This year the AIDS Healthcare Foundation is hailing condoms as a "Lifesaver" in the Pride artwork for messaging, placards, posters and buses -- all the more timely given the unfortunate explosion of STD rates in California and nationwide.

New Vaccine Elicits Antibodies for HIV Strains in Animals

New Vaccine Elicits Antibodies for HIV Strains in Animals

Jun 7
An experimental vaccine regimen based on the structure of a vulnerable site on HIV elicited antibodies in mice, guinea pigs and monkeys that neutralize dozens of HIV strains from around the world.

Danes Seek to Limit Male Circumcision to Those 18 and Over

Danes Seek to Limit Male Circumcision to Those 18 and Over

Jun 4
A Danish group says petition seeking to set a minimum age of 18 for non-medical male circumcision in the country has gathered the required 50,000 signatures to send the proposal to Parliament for debate later this year.

Eat (RED) Saves Lives: The Ultimate Food Fight Against AIDS

Eat (RED) Saves Lives: The Ultimate Food Fight Against AIDS

Jun 1
Now in its fifth year, (RED)'s annual culinary campaign features an exciting line-up of chefs, food and drink activations, dining experiences, and products to #86AIDS by raising money and awareness for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS.

Gambians File Suit Over Alleged HIV 'Cure'

Gambians File Suit Over Alleged HIV 'Cure'

May 31
Three survivors of a supposed HIV treatment program run by Gambia's former leader Yahya Jammeh featuring a supposed "cure" with secret potions have filed a lawsuit claiming they suffered.

New Lawsuit Challenges National Guard's Anti-HIV Policy

New Lawsuit Challenges National Guard's Anti-HIV Policy

May 30
Lambda Legal and OutServe-SLDN filed a lawsuit on behalf of a sergeant in the D.C. Army National Guard who was denied the opportunity to serve as an officer and faces possible discharge from the United States armed services because he is living with HIV.

Why Does HIV Pose a Greater Threat to Women's Hearts?

Why Does HIV Pose a Greater Threat to Women's Hearts?

May 30
Why does HIV seem to take a greater toll on the hearts of women?

TailTalks: PrEP and the New Sexual Revolution

TailTalks: PrEP and the New Sexual Revolution

May 27
Dr. Evan Goldstein leads a roundtable discussion that includes professional accounts and personal anecdotes focused on the social side of PrEP - slut-shaming, new frontiers, and unexpected consequences.

Shining a Light on Hepatitis and HIV

Shining a Light on Hepatitis and HIV

May 25
Approximately 25 percent of people living with HIV in the U.S. are co-infected.

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