fbpx
Home Tags HIV

Tag: HIV

Communication and Trust Remain Keys to the Health of Latinas and...

0
Did you know that about 260,000 women live with HIV in the United States? According to the Centers for Disease Control, about 19% of...

World AIDS Day: The Importance of Advocates Like Eddie Orozco’s Work...

0
The first World AIDS Day took place on December 1st, 1988, to bring awareness to the rampant epidemic of HIV. Decades later, it is...

HIV in the Latino Community: Commercial Addresses This Reality for the...

0
The Latinx community is disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS. In fact, a study led by the CDC in 2018 found that 27 percent of the...

Billy Porter Breaks The Silence About Living With HIV

0
In a lengthy and intimate conversation with the Hollywood Reporter, 'Pose' star Billy Porter broke his silence about his HIV-positive diagnosis, the product of...

When Two Pandemics Meet: COVID-19 and HIV Disproportionately Affect Communities of...

0
When Daniel was diagnosed with AIDS in August 2000, he was about to turn 30. Even though it had been two decades since the...

The Rising Scourge of HIV Among Young, Latino Men

0
The federal government has committed to an initiative it’s calling Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America, which is designed to slash new...

First Ever Live HIV-Positive Kidney Transplant is a Success, Paving the...

0
Nina Martinez, a 35-year-old, HIV-positive public health consultant from Atlanta, has made organ donor history this week by becoming the first living HIV-positive patient...

Second Patient Living with HIV Confirmed to Be Cured of Virus...

0
Scientists may really have stumbled across a cure to HIV, according to a report published in the medical journal Nature earlier this week. The...