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HUD Awards $29 Million to 26 Local HIV-AIDS Housing Programs

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Ninety percent of HOPWA funds are distributed to cities and states based on the number of AIDS cases reported to the CDC. ...
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Genetic Modification of Cells Proves Generally Safe as HIV Treatment

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Scientists Wednesday reported initial results from humans on the safety and tolerability of a novel strategy to curb HIV disease by removing key cells. ...
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Toddler ‘Functionally Cured’ of HIV Infection

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This is the first well-documented case of an HIV-infected child who appears to have been functionally cured of HIV infection. ...
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Daily HIV Prevention Methods Prove Ineffective Among Women

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For reasons that are unclear, a majority of participants - particularly young, single women - were unable to use their assigned approaches daily as directed. ...
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Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton Recognizes World AIDS Day

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton Recognizes World AIDS Day
Remarks by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton in Recognition of World AIDS Day. ...
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Statement from HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius on World AIDS Day

Statement from HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius on World AIDS Day
Scientific advances in understanding HIV, and an increasing number of treatment options, are turning the tide for millions of people living with HIV/AIDS. ...
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President Obama Promises Hope for AIDS-Free Generation

President Obama Promises Hope for AIDS-Free Generation
President Obama stated, "We stand at a tipping point in the fight against HIV/AIDS, and working together, we can realize our historic opportunity to bring that fight to an end." ...
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Remarks by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at 20th Annual GLIFAA

Remarks by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at 20th Annual GLIFAA
Secretary Clinton delivers remarks at the Gays and Lesbians in Foreign Affairs (GLIFAA) 20th Anniversary celebration at the Department of State. ...
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Playing the Blame Game: A Look at Modern Civilities

Playing the Blame Game: A Look at Modern Civilities
Tuesday morning we posted a story on The Seattle Lesbian titled, “A Day with HIV“. The concept of the project chronicled was straightforward, leaving nothing to interpretation: a ...
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National Survey Examines Experiences of LGBT People Living with AIDS and Law Enforcement Interactions

National Survey Examines Experiences of LGBT People Living with AIDS and Law Enforcement Interactions
A new nationwide survey aims to examine the experiences LGBT people living with HIV face regarding law enforcement, prisons, courts, and schools. ...
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