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CDC Leads New Efforts To Fight HIV Among MSM and Trans

By EDGE | Mar 31
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will lead new programs totaling more than $185 million in HIV prevention funding for men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender people.

ACT UP Demands Cuomo Keep Promise to End AIDS in NYS

By EDGE | Mar 31
On Wednesday, April 1, ACT UP New York will protest outside of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office to demand the release of his blueprint to end AIDS.

Aging Diseases Come to HIV-Pozzers a Decade Early

By EDGE | Mar 30
People undergoing treatment for HIV-1 are at increased risk for earlier onset of age-related illnesses such as some cancers, renal and kidney disease, frailty, osteoporosis and neurocognitive disease.

Indiana Governor Overrides Law to Authorize Needle Exchange

Mar 30
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence overrode state law and his own anti-drug policies Thursday to authorize a short-term needle-exchange program designed to help contain HIV infections in a rural county where more than six dozen cases have been reported.

FL Insurance Commissioner Improves Nationwide Access to HIV Drugs

By EDGE | Mar 27
Florida Insurance Commissioner Kevin M. McCarty announced this week that Aetna, Inc. and Coventry Health Care of Florida, Inc. are revising plans to include HIV drugs at a lower cost.

Do Black Lives Matter? Asks amfAR in New Report

By EDGE | Mar 25
A new report by The Foundation for AIDS Research concludes that the impact of HIV on Black gay men is the 'greatest' failure in the United States' response to AIDS.

Larry Kramer Talks 'Cure' at GMHC Awards

By EDGE | Mar 24
Larry Kramer talked frankly about finding a cure for HIV as he accepted the first-ever Larry Kramer Activism Award from GMHC at the Spring Gala on March 23.

APLA Health & Wellness COO Vallerie Wagner Receives Advocate Award

By Winnie McCroy | Mar 24
APLA Health & Wellness Chief Operating Officer Vallerie Wagner will receive the Advocate Award from the Better Brothers LA and the DIVA Foundation.

World Premiere of Ancient Roman Epic as Benefit Event

By EDGE | Mar 23
The Provincetown Cultural Council, the Provincetown Public Library, and the Provincetown Theater Foundation are proud to announce the world premiere reading of "Caligula and the Three Daggers," a new full-length historical epic by Bragan Thomas.

ANCHOR Study Prevents Anal Cancer From Being a Pain in the Ass

By Winnie McCroy | Mar 20
On March 21, National Anal Cancer Awareness Day, there's some news you need to know. Anal cancer rates are rising, especially among people living with HIV. The good thing is, if caught early, it's easily treatable.

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