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Secretary Clinton Announces a Partnership with the M•A•C AIDS Fund to Combat Gender Based Violence in South Africa

The partnership will seek to expand care for survivors of rape and sexual assault in South Africa by providing greater…

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National News

NH Town Sued for Discrimination Over HIV, AIDS

A gay advocacy group is suing to block a New Hampshire town from shutting down a group home for people…

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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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Featured

“There Was So Much Death”

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

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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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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

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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Featured

Capturing a Crisis

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

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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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Community News

Ready to Rock

AIDS Walk Houston adds concert, hopes for sunshine.

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