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World AIDS Day Luncheon

Its been 34 years since the AIDS epidemic first impacted the US and on November 30th AIDS Foundation Houston along…

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Health & Wellness

Scientists Cautiously Optimistic About HIV Vaccine Candidate

It's one of only of five experimental concepts to have gotten this far.

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Community News

Ready to Rock

AIDS Walk Houston adds concert, hopes for sunshine.

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Health & Wellness

‘It’s Going to Get Worse’

Gilead taps UH to help fight rising HIV/AIDS rates in the South.

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Features

Capturing a Crisis

Pioneering activist Tori Williams is now working to document Houston AIDS history. 

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National News

Georgia Lawmaker Says HIV ‘Quarantine’ Comment Was Taken Out of Context

GOP Rep. Betty Price is wife of Trump's former health secretary.

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National News

“STDs Are Out Of Control”: Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Chlamydia Hit Record Highs in U.S.

By Sandee LaMotte CNN In 2016, Americans were infected with more than 2 million new cases of gonorrhea, syphilis and…

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National News

STDs Are At An All-Time High: Can At-Home Tests Help?

By Sara Ashley O’Brien CNN Money   NEW YORK — “So, which one of you is the slut?” That’s a question…

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Features

“There Was So Much Death”

Gay nurse Pete Rodriguez reflects on the AIDS epidemic in Houston.

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Health & Wellness

Britain to Lift Ban on Gay Men Donating Blood

British health officials say they will lift the ban on gay men donating blood--as long as their last sexual contact…

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