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Study Shows Stigma Prevents Black Female College Students From Using Online HIV Resources

By EDGE | May 6
New research finds that black female college students were often unlikely to use online resources related to HIV prevention, due to the stigma associated with the disease.

Fight Against HIV Far From Over in West and Central Africa

By EDGE | May 6
People living with HIV/AIDS in West and Central Africa continue to suffer needlessly and die silently despite globally-agreed goals to curb the HIV epidemic by 2020, says Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières.

Latino Commission on AIDS Holds Annual Cielo Gala

By EDGE | May 5
On Friday, May 6, The Latino Commission on AIDS will hold their 2016 Annual Cielo Gala event at Cipriani Wall Street.

16th Annual Legacy Grace Project Conference for Women with HIV/AIDS

By Winnie McCroy | May 5
This weekend, May 6-8, Legacy Counseling Center holds the largest conference for women living with HIV/AIDS in the nation.

California Republicans Vote to Oppose Condom Ballot Measure

By EDGE | May 4
The California Republican Party voted overwhelmingly to oppose a state ballot initiative that would allow private citizens to sue adult performers if a condom is not visible in an adult film.

HIV Testing Company Told to Cease and Desist Over Bert & Ernie Ad

May 4
A recently-pulled ad campaign suggested that beloved muppet pair Bert and Ernie might have had an STD scare.

AIDS Institute Praises FOIR For Requiring Insurers to Limit Cost of HIV Meds

By EDGE | May 3
The AIDS Institute praises the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation (FOIR) for requiring insurers to again limit patient cost-sharing for HIV medications as they submit for review their 2017 Qualified Health Plans (QHPs).

Quigley Directs FDA to Remove Discriminatory Language from Blood Donor Questionnaire

By EDGE | May 2
U.S. Representative Mike Quigley told the FDA to remove the discriminatory question on sexual orientation from its blood donor questionnaire and replace it with a question that is based on behavioral risk and sound science.

Katy Perry to Headline Glitzy amfAR Event During Cannes

Apr 28
Katy Perry will be lighting up the French Rivera like fireworks next month: The singer will perform at amfAR's annual "Cinema Against AIDS" event, the glitzy A-list fundraiser held annually during the Cannes Film Festival.

Experts Deem Sliquid as Safe Alternative to Saliva Following New STI Study

By EDGE | Apr 28
A recent study shows that using saliva for lubrication during anal sex increases risk of rectal gonorrhea transmission.

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