HIV/AIDS Research

HIV/AIDS Research

National Defense Authorization Act of 2014 Includes HIV Requirement

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Friday the U.S. Senate passed the National Defense Authorization Act of 2014, which includes important language directing the Secretary of Defense to issue a report on Department of Defense personnel policies regarding members of the armed services who have HIV or Hepatitis B. ...
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Statewide HIV Campaign Launched in AZ

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Aunt Rita's Foundation and Phoenix Mayor Stanton have launched a statewide campaign that promotes HIV/AIDS awareness across Arizona through a banner campaign introducing HIVAZ.ORG, Arizona's first comprehensive online database for HIV testing and services. ...
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Dramatic Slowing of Infection Among HIV-Positive Men Who Know Their Status

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The new analysis reports on data from CDC's National HIV Behavioral Surveillance System, which monitors HIV testing, prevalence, risk behaviors, and access to prevention services among at-risk populations in 20 U.S. cities with a high AIDS burden. ...
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Lifelong Receives $150,000 in Health Care Grants

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Lifelong is one of eight organizations, including local non-profits, community clinics, training programs, faith-based organizations and other community groups, chosen to help educate individuals about new health coverage options through their networks. ...
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Conviction Appeal Sought in HIV Criminal Case

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Lambda Legal filed an appeal in the Iowa Supreme Court of the conviction of Nick Rhoades, an HIV-positive Iowan who was initially sentenced to 25 years and required to register as a sex offender based on a one-time sexual encounter with another man during which they used a condom. ...
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HIV Conviction Stands in IA Case

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The Iowa Court of Appeals affirmed the conviction of Nick Rhoades, an HIV-positive Iowan who was initially sentenced to 25 years in prison and required to register as a sex offender after having a one-time sexual encounter with another man during which they used a condom. ...
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Rosehedge Multifaith Works Announces Closure

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Rosehedge/Multifaith Works, a Seattle nonprofit organization that has provided housing and support services to people living with HIV/AIDS for 25 years, recently announced that it will close its doors by the end of 2013. ...
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Seattle AIDS Walk Turns 27 Years Young

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The reasons for walking are as diverse as the participants who attend. Regardless of age or personal experience, thousands of lives are touched by the disease. ...
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Oral Hearing in Midwest HIV Criminalization Case

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Despite the fact that a condom was used and Mr. Plendl did not contract HIV, Rhoades was convicted under Iowa's HIV criminalization statute. ...
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Women’s Interagency HIV Study Marks 20 Years

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The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, part of the National Institutes of Health, established the WIHS in 1993 in response to a dramatic increase in AIDS cases among women in the United States. Since then, the WIHS has enrolled a total of 4,137 women who were HIV-infected or at risk for acquiring HIV, and has published more than 550 scientific papers. ...
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