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Fenway Says 22M Would Lose Health Insurance Under Senate Plan

Fenway Says 22M Would Lose Health Insurance Under Senate Plan

Jun 27
The CBO projects that the Better Care Reconciliation Act, a U.S. Senate bill to repeal and replace the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), would result in 22 million Americans losing their health insurance by 2026.

More Than 50 Medicines and Vaccines in Development for HIV Infection, Treatment and Prevention

More Than 50 Medicines and Vaccines in Development for HIV Infection, Treatment and Prevention

Jun 27
America's biopharmaceutical companies are continuing the fight to conquer HIV, with 52 medicines and vaccines currently in development to help treat and prevent the infection.

AIDS Institute Recognizes National HIV Testing Day

AIDS Institute Recognizes National HIV Testing Day

Jun 27
In recognition of National HIV Testing Day on June 27, The AIDS Institute encourages people to get tested to learn their HIV status and make informed and empowered medical decisions.

June 27 is National HIV Testing Day; Show Your Pride By Getting Tested!

June 27 is National HIV Testing Day; Show Your Pride By Getting Tested!

By Eric Brus | Jun 27
National HIV Testing Day is an annual observance to promote HIV testing in the U.S. The 23rd annual HIV Testing Day will be held on Tuesday, June 27. The theme for the 2017 campaign is "Test Your Way, Do It Today!"

NBJC Strongly Opposes the Senate Health Care Legislation

NBJC Strongly Opposes the Senate Health Care Legislation

Jun 27
The National Black Justice Coalition strongly opposes the recently introduced health care legislation, entitled the Better Care Reconciliation Act, which was crafted in secret by Republican Leadership.

Texas A&M Research Suggests Strokes Cause Increase Preference for Alcohol

Texas A&M Research Suggests Strokes Cause Increase Preference for Alcohol

Jun 26
Could a stroke cause you to crave alcoholic beverages? New research from Texas A&M suggests it might.

Judge Sides with AIDS Healthcare Foundation, Dismisses Suit

Judge Sides with AIDS Healthcare Foundation, Dismisses Suit

Jun 26
A federal judge ruled in favor of one of the nation's largest suppliers of HIV and AIDS medical care, clearing it of wrongdoing in an alleged $20 million scam to bilk the federal government.

HIV-Positive Women with CMV Likelier to Pass AIDS Virus to Infants

HIV-Positive Women with CMV Likelier to Pass AIDS Virus to Infants

Jun 22
HIV-positive women with cytomegalovirus in their urine at the time of labor and delivery are more than five times likelier than HIV-positive women without CMV to transmit HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, to their infants, according to a UCLA-led study.

amfAR Launches Online Video Series Focused on How a Cure Would Impact the Lives of People Living with HIV

amfAR Launches Online Video Series Focused on How a Cure Would Impact the Lives of People Living with HIV

Jun 22
In honor of LGBTQ Pride Month, amfAR announced their Epic Voices video series, a collection of candid experiences from ordinary people living with HIV or AIDS.

PEN America's 'Reading For Remembrance' To Highlight Literary Legacy Of AIDS

PEN America's 'Reading For Remembrance' To Highlight Literary Legacy Of AIDS

Jun 22
On June 22, PEN America will host a 'Reading for Remembrance' to spotlight the literary legacy of AIDS and its profound impact on future advocacy movements.

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