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Optimism Brewing Launches Pride Beer to Benefit Gay City

Optimism Brewing
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In honor of Gay Pride month, Optimism Brewing on Capitol Hill is releasing a new beer named Pride with $1 of each pint going to Gay City. ...
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Pittsburgh Mayor Films PSA to Promote HIV Testing

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Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto came to the GLCC during regular testing hours to be tested ahead of the National HIV Testing Day on June 27, 2014. ...
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Iowa Supreme Court Reverses Conviction in HIV Criminalization Case

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In reversing the conviction, the Court recognized that HIV-positive individuals who have a reduced viral load pose little risk of transmitting HIV. ...
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Prevention of Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission Update

Prevention of Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission Update
PEPFAR is supporting countries to achieve the goal of eliminating new pediatric HIV infections by 2015 while keeping mothers alive. ...
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HPV Vaccine May Benefit HIV-Infected Women

HPV Vaccine May Benefit HIV-Infected Women
The researchers tested for the presence of 41 of more than 100 existing types of HPV virus, including 13 high-risk types. ...
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ACRIA, GMHC and SAGE Congratulate Global Fund’s New Leader

ACRIA, GMHC and SAGE Congratulate Global Fund’s New Leader
Three prominent leaders of LGBT and HIV/AIDS organizations have joined together to praise the appointment of Dr. Mark Dybul as the Executive Director of the Global Fund. ...
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ACRIA Raises Concerns About In-Home HIV Testing

ACRIA Raises Concerns About In-Home HIV Testing
It is estimated that half of all new infections in the U.S. arise from those who are unaware that they have HIV, and one of the best tools available to lower transmission is to make testing broadly available. ...
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Marginalized Populations around the World Unite, Call for Revised Approach to Global HIV Epidemic

Marginalized Populations around the World Unite, Call for Revised Approach to Global HIV Epidemic
Gay men, drug users, sex workers, transgender people, and people living with HIV release joint recommendations for a more effective global AIDS response. ...
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Washington United for Marriage and Ingersoll Gender Center Bunk with Gay City Health Project

Washington United for Marriage and Ingersoll Gender Center Bunk with Gay City Health Project
Their new, larger space is meant to serve as a resource hub and social destination for the LGBT community in Seattle - a place to gather and connect. ...
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FDA Approves First Over-the-Counter Home Use HIV Test Kit

FDA Approves First Over-the-Counter Home Use HIV Test Kit
OraQuick In-Home HIV Test, the first over-the-counter, self-administered HIV test kit to detect the presence of antibodies to human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) and type 2 (HIV-2). ...
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