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Study: Undocumented Latinos Get Into HIV Treatment Dangerously Late

Study: Undocumented Latinos Get Into HIV Treatment Dangerously Late

by Jorge Rivas on April 1 2013, 3:18PM

Undocumented Latinos and black Americans both arrive in care later than others. But undocumented Latinos are still likely to do well in treatment once there.

Topics: Health, /NOW

FDA Approves Truvada, First Pill to Help Prevent HIV

by Jorge Rivas on July 16 2012, 3:24PM

The Food and Drug Administration on Monday approved the first drug shown to reduce the risk of HIV infection.

Topics: Health, /NOW

Kenyans 'Occupy' Free Clinic Over Sale of HIV Meds

Kenyans ‘Occupy’ Free Clinic Over Sale of HIV Meds

by Jorge Rivas on December 7 2011, 1:10PM

The protesters say the decision to sale what they say should be free medication is putting lives at risk.

Topics: HIV/AIDS at 30, Health

Travel Restrictions Under Obama: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

by Michelle Chen on January 5 2010, 9:13AM

America’s borders tightened and loosened this week as the Obama administration revamped its travel restriction policies. The formal end to a longstanding travel ban on people with HIV/AIDS has enabled travelers to enter the country without being subjected to…

Topics: National Security

Black AIDS: Complex Risk Factors Defy Easy Explanations

by Michelle Chen on October 31 2009, 6:43AM

In the political minefield surrounding the AIDS epidemic, myth and fact often trip over each other, especially in communities most deeply scarred by the disease. The striking prevalence of HIV/AIDS among Black Americans has set off much speculation and confusion….

Topics: Health

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