2019 Archives

To tackle Baton Rouge's HIV epidemic, state hires 'boots on the ground' from communities hardest hit 

The Advocate | December 24, 2019

SF pledges housing assistance for renters with HIV/AIDS 

Curbed SF | December 23, 2019

New HIV Cases Reach 30-Year Low In Chicago, But Other Sexually Transmitted Diseases On The ... 

CBS Chicago | December 23, 2019

DHEC, CDC announce HIV initiative 

The Times and Democrat December 22, 2019

Congress agrees to boost in funds for Trump's HIV plan — and then some 

Washington Blade | December 17, 2019

Cleveland's backtracking on why it lost HIV grants is an object lesson on coming clean in the first ... 

cleveland.com | December 13, 2019

This new initiative encourages churches to be engaged in the HIV and AIDS crisis in metro-Atlanta 

MDJOnline.com | December 10, 2019

Facebook pressed to drop ads claiming PrEP is unsafe

Washington Blade | December 10, 2019

World AIDS Day: Miami Leads Nation In New HIV And AIDS Cases 

CBS Miami | December 2, 2019

New York City hits HIV/AIDS target two years ahead of schedule 

CNN International | December 2, 2019

Woman sues Philadelphia pharmacy for outing her as transgender, HIV-positive 

witf.org | November 26, 2019

With increased HIV testing, Baton Rouge sees significant drop in new AIDS diagnosis rates

The Advocate | November 25, 2019

The AIDS Memorial Quilt Is Heading Home to San Francisco 

Smithsonian | November 22, 2019

New HIV infections plummet as NYC eyes end to epidemic 

New York Post | November 22, 2019

Diana Ross 'Coming Out' To Dallas For Free World Aids Day Concert 

CBS Pittsburgh | November 21, 2019

Pedro Zamora's Real World Costars Remember AIDS Activist 25 Years After His Death 

PEOPLE.com | November 12, 2019

Kansas man claims he was fired from restaurant for being HIV positive 

WHP Harrisburg | November 11, 2019

Medicare Resource Spotlight

New tools from the ACE TA Center

HIV and AIDS are manageable with support 

The Hill | November 6, 2019

Medicaid expansion reduced preventable hospitalizations

Modern Healthcare | November 4, 2019

HHS Office for Civil Rights Secures Corrective Action and Ensures Florida Orthopedic Practice

HHS.gov | October 30, 2019

OCR takes action against orthopedic practice that canceled surgery because of patient's HIV status 

FierceHealthcare | October 30, 2019

Lyft is providing rides for eligible Medicaid patients in six states, increasing access to care for potentially nine million

State of Reform | October 24, 2019

National AIDS Memorial Awards $50000 in Scholarships to Young Leaders Committed to Helping End the HIV/AIDS Epidemic

GlobeNewswire | October 24, 2019

Ongoing crisis in Atlanta program keeps those with AIDS/HIV homeless 

Atlanta Journal Constitution | October 17, 2019

Atlanta City Council to honor woman set to eradicate HIV/AIDS in women 

Atlanta Journal Constitution | October 17, 2019

On AIDS, a dark cloud in a brightening sky: Latinx infections are rising 

New York Daily News | October 15, 2019

Elton John says Ryan White's funeral was 'the catalyst' for him to get sober after cocaine 'opened ... 

Fox News | October 15, 2019

Federal agency investigating Atlanta's AIDS and HIV housing program 

Atlanta Journal Constitution | September 24, 2019

Leaked memo shows depth of dysfunction in Atlanta's AIDS housing crisis 

Atlanta Journal Constitution | September 19, 2019

Rick Scott's shame: Turning away millions in federal money to fight HIV | Editorial 

Orlando Sentinel | September 13, 2019

Meth Isn't Only a Rural Problem. Neither Are Solutions. Upwards of 1 in 4 urban gay men use meth to escape. Too many become enslaved

Psychology Today | September 13, 2019

ViiV tells stories of black gay men on stage to address HIV disparities 

MM&M | September 5, 2019

DC AIDS report shows slight decrease in new HIV cases 

Washington Blade | August 30, 2019

AIDS housing nonprofit drops suit against Atlanta over unpaid funds 

Atlanta Journal Constitution | August 28, 2019

AIDS group official resigns over group's acceptance of drug company funds 

Washington Blade | August 27, 2019

Gilead COMPASS Initiative to accept proposals from organizations to end HIV in the South 

Emory News Center | August 27, 2019

The Health 202: Fewer Americans are abusing opioids. But the improvements vary dramatically by state.

Washington Post | August 21, 2019

Here in the South, HIV/AIDS Is Killing in the Shadows Like It's 1989. We Have to Break the Stigma ... 

Newsweek | August 20, 2019

Disability Advocates Decry ‘Public Charge’ Rule Limiting Aid For Immigrants

DisabilityScoop | August 20, 2019

HIV/AIDS a 'crisis' in South. These Bay area counties have some of the highest rates in the nation 

WTSP.com | August 19, 2019

Gilead Sciences COMPASS Initiative® Begins Accepting "Transformative Grant" Applications from Organizations Fighting HIV in the South

BioSpace | August 16, 2019

HIV/AIDS a "crisis” in the South, national coalition says 

Orlando Sentinel | August 15, 2019

How Carolyn McAllaster transformed legal aid for people with HIV 

Duke Chronicle | August 13, 2019

Ryan White's legacy to be honored with state historical marker in Hamilton County 

Indianapolis Star | August 6, 2019

Emergency Funding Approved To Avert Atlanta's HIV Housing Crisis 

Georgia Public Broadcasting | August 6, 2019

Discriminating against HIV-positive military members is unproductive for our military 

Washington Post | August 5, 2019

Pastor Charged with Stealing Over $600000 from AIDS Charity 

Out Magazine | August 3, 2019

Evictions almost certain for dozens of AIDS/HIV patients in city feud 

Atlanta Journal Constitution | July 11, 2019

How a Dying Ryan White United Washington on the AIDS Crisis 

Daily Beast | June 29, 2019

AIDSVu Releases New Data for National HIV Testing Day 2019

AIDSVu | June 2019

Atlanta feud with nonprofit may cost 250 AIDS/HIV patients their homes

AJC | June 26, 2019

1st AIDS Ward '5B' Fought To Give Patients Compassionate Care, Dignified Deaths 

NPR | June 26, 2019

“HIV/AIDS in the U.S. Deep South: Trends from 2008-2016” 

SASI | June 2019

Living With HIV for 35 Years—and Just Getting Started

Advocate.com | June 23, 2019

Nicole Roebuck-Warner provides support and care for the HIV/AIDS community

Rolling Out | June 22, 2019

Cleve Jones reflects on life in San Francisco during the 1980s AIDS crisis

KTVU San Francisco | June 21, 2019

HIV Prevention Campaign Targets Houston's Black and Latino Communities

outsmartmagazine.com | June 14, 2019

New Recommendations for PrEP and HIV Screening Could Increase Access for Millions of Americans

Human Rights Campaign | June 11, 2019

Massive spike in HIV funding comes to Georgia. One man says getting care here is already a problem

11Alive.com WXIA | June 11, 2019


HIV/AIDS Will Be Cured by Medicine — and Activism

Out Magazine | June 10, 2019

Trump's bid to wipe out AIDS will take more than a pill

Politico | June 8, 2019

Massachusetts puts transparency demands on PBMs as drug spend jumps 41%

Fierce Healthcare | June 7, 2019

The intersection of opioids and HIV

Politico | June 6, 2019

Trump administration imposes new restrictions on fetal tissue research

Washington Post | June 5, 2019

Barbershop Ordered to Pay $80,000 For Denying HIV Positive Man

Out Magazine | June 5, 2019

20 years of fighting HIV/AIDS in Black America

Washington Blade | May 30, 2019

An Update on Insurance Coverage Among People with HIV in the United States
Kaiser Family Foundation | May 20, 2019

Medicare Part D “Protected Classes” Receive Reprieve from Proposed Changes that Would Have Created Barriers for People Living with HIV from Accessing Life-Sustaining Medications

AAHIVM | May 20, 2019

For Women with HIV, daily life can impede fight against virus

UPI.com | May 18, 2019

The State of Illinois, City Of Chicago, and the AIDS Foundation of Chicago Announce Getting to Zero Illinois HIV Plan

HRC Honors National Asian and Pacific Islander HIV & AIDS Awareness Day 2019

Human Rights Campaign | May 17, 2019

Governor Stitt vetoes bill meant to update HIV/AIDS education curriculum

KOKI FOX 23 | May 17, 2019

Black Women’s HIV Rate Is 15 Times Higher Than White Women’s

POZ | May 13, 2019

Some groups providing HIV/AIDS services in Baton Rouge may see funds cut in grant dispute

The Advocate | May 4, 2019

HIV Stigma Has Held Steady in San Francisco, Says Survey

POZ | May 3, 2019

New Documentary '5B' Chronicles History of San Francisco HIV/AIDS Ward

Out Magazine | April 30, 2019

Sexually transmitted infections on the rise in rural America: A research roundup

Journalist's Resource | April 27, 2019

HRC honors Atlanta HIV/AIDS activist Daniel Driffin

Project Q | April 26, 2019

New York City Faces Challenge to HIV/AIDS Progress With Proposed $59 Million in Cuts From ...

TheBody.com | April 24, 2019

Transgender ICE detainee died of AIDS complications, autopsy shows

NBCNews.com | April 17, 2019

Arizona lawmakers move to repeal HIV/AIDS instruction law

Washington Post | April 10, 2019

VITAS® Healthcare's 40th Anniversary Video Chronicles The Role Of Hospice During The HIV ...

BioSpace | April 8, 2019

Homelessness A Major Challenge In Eliminating New HIV Infections In San Francisco

KCBS | April 6, 2019

Atlanta a 'hot spot' for HIV/AIDS

Atlanta Business Chronicle | April 5, 2019

Amid HIV concerns, Georgia legalizes needle exchanges

ABC News | April 4, 2019

Housing Vulnerable Populations in Tight Housing Markets: Issue Brief

Target HIV | March 2019

LGBT group sues Arizona over law barring HIV, AIDS instruction in schools

The Hill | March 30, 2019

Beyonce gets emotional at GLAAD Awards, honors gay uncle who died of HIV

USA TODAY | March 29, 2019

In New Offensive Against HIV, Metro Atlanta Is a Battleground

Medscape | March 2019

KFF Health Tracking Poll – March 2019: Public Opinion on the Domestic HIV Epidemic, Affordable ...

Kaiser Family Foundation | March 26, 2019

Breaking: Project Inform expected to close

Bay Area Reporter | March 15, 2019

Trump restaffs AIDS council 15 months after firing all members

Washington Blade | March 14, 2019

Bills to fight HIV move forward in Georgia Legislature

Online Athens | March 12, 2019

Trump's budget adds domestic HIV funding while slashing global outlays

NBCNews.com | March 12, 2019

Community Access National Network's 340B Commission Releases Final Report

PR Newswire | March 5, 2019

Has America's Fight Against HIV Stalled?

HealthDay | February 27, 2019

NASTAD is pleased to announce the release of the 2019 National HIV Prevention Inventory (NHPI) Survey Report

NASTAD | February 20, 2019

This Life with Gracie: Why Atlanta is still struggling with rising new HIV diagnoses

Atlanta Journal Constitution | February 19, 2019

Federal judge temporarily blocks military from discharging HIV-positive airmen

The Hill | February 16, 2019

Services Improve for People Living With HIV/AIDS in CNY, Though Stigma and Struggles Remain

WAER | February 15, 2019

New Network of Black HIV Policy Advocates Tackle the Disproportionate Impact of HIV in Black Communities Living in the U.S. South

Missouri lawmakers look to update criminal code concerning HIV

Jefferson City News Tribune | February 5, 2019

Fulton approves $670000 to fight HIV, boost PrEP efforts

Project Q | February 1, 2019

Gov. Pritzker visits Rockford to sign executive order to restore HIV medicine funding

The State Journal-Register | February 1, 2019

Quick Take: The Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program

O’Neill Institute | January 2019

Orange County gets $10 million federal grant to enhance HIV/AIDS care

Orlando Weekly | January 28, 2019

Trump Fired White House AIDS Council; Now He's Bringing it Back

Bloomberg Law | January 24, 2019

Fulton criticized for handling of HIV care, testing at county jail

Project Q | January 14, 2019

A new SASI Report and six individual state reports break down the percentage of key populations most impacted by the epidemic who live outside the large urban areas in the Deep South States

Lack of meds for HIV-positive Fulton inmates 'extremely alarming'

Project Q | January 4, 2019

State found to lag in use of drug to avert HIV

Arkansas Online | December 23, 2018

Five Atlanta HIV groups get big bucks to fight epidemic

Project Q | December 19, 2018

Michigan's updating health code to reflect HIV/AIDS treatment advances

Detroit Free Press | December 19, 2018

Republicans should take the lead on HIV/AIDS

The Hill | December 13, 2018

Trump's HHS secretary recognizes gays in HIV/AIDS speech

Los Angeles Blade | December 12, 2018

State and Territorial Health Leaders Commend Selection of John Wiesman as Co-Chair of ...

PRNewswire | December 12, 2018

Policy Lead from Partnership of the Nation’s Leading HIV, STD, and Hepatitis Organizations Appointed Co-Chair of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA)

AIDS United | December 11, 2018

NIH to fund HIV care and prevention research in vulnerable southern U.S. communities

NIH | December 11, 2018

Black people in Atlanta especially hard hit as HIV/AIDS epidemic continues

TheGrio | December 10, 2018

HIV may not discriminate, but structural inequalities do

Baltimore Sun | December 7, 2018