Last Updated: November 20, 2022    
     

 

 
Featured Articles

HOPWA, the Federal AIDS Housing Program, Marks 30 Years

POZ Magazine | November 18, 2022

AIDSVu Releases 2020 Data and Interactive Maps

AIDSVu | November 3, 2022

2023 Medicare Prescription Drug Annual Open Enrollment

mapRx | October 2022

HIV Cluster Detection and Response

Georgia Department of Public Health | September 12, 2022

National HIV/AIDS Strategy: Federal Implementation Plan for the United States | 2022—2025

The White House | August 2022

Southern HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2022

POZ Magazine | August 19, 2022

PEPFAR Reauthorization: Side-by-Side of Legislation Over Time

KFF | August 18, 2022

NMAC Launches ELEVATE Program to Hire Folks of Color to HIV Workforce

TheBody | July 15, 2022

How tennis legend Arthur Ashe became one of the most vocal HIV/AIDS activists

CNN | June 24, 2022

Lack of Medicaid Expansion Harms People With HIV, Advocates Say

TheBody | June 23, 2022

City Launch and National HIV Testing Day

AIDSVu | June 2022

New AIDSVu maps visualize disparities in HIV prevalence
AIDSVu | June 2022
AIDSVu’s One Question Series on Ending the HIV Epidemic: Testing
AIDSVu | June 2022

View and Share AIDSVu infographics and use #NHTD to join the conversation!

AIDSVu | June 2022

American Gene Technologies Launches “The Cure Chronicles” HIV Video Series

BioBuzz | April 2022

Elton John says Ryan White's family saved his life after teen's death

WTHR | April 3, 2022

A Conversation About HIV and the Issues Black Women Face

POZ Magazine | March 18, 2022

People With HIV in Non-Medicaid Expansion States: Who Could Gain Coverage Eligibility Through Build Back Better or Future Expansion?

KFF | February 15, 2022

HIV/AIDS Providers ask New York's governor to reverse Cuomo-era change

WSKG | February 9, 2022

HRSA Updates the Affordable Care Act Preventive Health Care Guidelines to Improve Care for Women and Children

HIV.gov | January 12, 2022

Is HIV a Disability? Eligibility, How to Apply and More

Healthline | January 12, 2022

Infrastructure Act Job Opportunities

USA Jobs | January 2022

View Updated HIV Data in AIDSVu’s Interactive U.S. Maps

AIDSVu | January 2022

   
News Updates

How Two Pandemics Defined Nancy Pelosi's 35-Year Political Career

NowThis News | November 17, 2022

An Update on the AHEAD: Updated Data and New Features Coming Soon

HIV.gov | November 16, 2022

Indian Health Service Develops an Indigenized National HIV/AIDS Strategy

YouTube | November 15, 2022

Ending the HIV Epidemic: How to Get Back on Track

Pharmacy Times | November 14, 2022

Who Is Ryan White? The Story of a Boy Who Sparked a Movement

INSCMagazine | November 14, 2022

LGBTQ advocacy group sues Pentagon, Army over ban on HIV-positive recruits

The Hill | November 11, 2022

R.I.P. Rev. Calvin O. Butts III, a Pastor Who Addressed HIV Among Black Americans

POZ Magazine | November 9, 2022

Number of New Cases of HIV, AIDS Diagnosed in Chicago Drops

WTTW News | October 29, 2022

ACA's preventative care requirement under attack

AXIOS | October 25, 2022

Medicare And Medicaid Integration

Health Affairs | October 20, 2022

HRC Launches HIV-Prevention Program for HBCU Students

Human Rights Campaign | October 20, 2022

Many Hispanic people with HIV experience health care discrimination, study finds

Healio | October 17, 2022

Bushes to be honored for fight against AIDS

Kearney Hub | October 15, 2022

See the Magic of 2022's U.S. Conference on HIV/AIDS in 17 Pics and Posts

POZ Magazine | October 13, 2022

U.S. Conference on HIV/AIDS 2022 to Highlight Latinos in the Epidemic

POZ Magazine | October 7, 2022

In Pandemic Year, Number of HIV Diagnoses in Chicago Reaches Lowest Level Since 1987 

WTTW News | October 6, 2022

CDPH Report: New HIV, AIDS diagnoses at lowest points since 1980s, as other STIs rise 

City of Chicago | October 6, 2022

AHF Sues California Over Ending AIDS Health Plan

Business Wire | October 4, 2022

“Black Faith and HIV” Aims to End the Epidemic by Engaging Religious Leaders

POZ Magazine | September 30, 2022

HIV Clinics Call Out Drug Companies' Lies

Business Wire | September 28, 2022

How President Biden Can Meet His Pledge to End HIV by 2030 

Managed Healthcare Executive | September 19, 2022

HIV infections rose in S.F. for first time in a decade, perhaps due to pandemic 

San Francisco Chronicle  | September 13, 2022

Lawmakers push for DOD to allow recruits with HIV to join the military 

Military Times  | September 8, 2022

$20M in Federal Funds to Help Community Health Centers End HIV

POZ Magazine  | September 5, 2022

FACT SHEET: White House Announces President Biden Will Host the Global Fund's Seventh Replenishment Conference on September 19, 2022

The White House | August 28, 2022

'Stigma is what's really killing us': Southern HIV/AIDS Awareness Day sparks conversation 

The Daily Tar Heel | August 23, 2022

Anthony Fauci, leader in HIV/AIDS and COVID epidemics, confirms plan to retire 

Washington Blade | August 22, 2022

Voices: HIV & AIDS Vs the Black Gay Community

NBC 6 South Florida | August 20, 2022

This N.C. Food Bank Is a Community Lifeline for People Living With HIV

HIVPlusMag.com | August 16, 2022

ADAP Advocacy Association Spearheads National Campaign to Protect Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program

Yahoo Finance | August 15, 2022

HHS Announces Proposed Rule to Strengthen Nondiscrimination in Health Care

HHS.gov | July 25, 2022

Johnson & Johnson refreshes 'Positively Fearless' HIV campaign

Fierce Pharma | June 29, 2022

Sens. Ossoff, Warnock Working to Address HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Metro Atlanta with New Grant 

Georgia Voice | July 15, 2022

Athens News Matters: Georgia's HIV Infection Rate Among the Highest in the Nation

WUGA | July 9, 2022

The Department of Defense Changes Course on Those With HIV 

Managed Healthcare Executive | July 7, 2022

Georgia has some of the highest HIV rates in the country. But treatment has never been easier 

Georgia Public Broadcasting | July 1, 2022

HOPWA In Focus: Pride Month 2022

HIV.gov | June 28, 2022

Ga. activists on fighting stigma, discrimination and living with HIV

WABE | June 27, 2022

Sens. Rick Scott and Ben Ray Luján Introduce Bill to Increase Availability for HIV/AIDS Prevention Treatment

Rick Scott - Senate.gov | June 14, 2022

Welcoming Dr. John Nkengasong as US Global AIDS Coordinator

State Department | June 13, 2022

DOD Updates Policy on HIV-Positive Service Members 

HIV.gov | June 9, 2022

Announcement: Kaye Hayes Selected as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Infectious Disease and the Director of the Office of Infectious Disease and HIV/AIDS Policy

HIV.gov | May 25, 2022

Oral Health in America Editors Issue Guidance for Improving Oral Health for All

NIH | May 2022

ICYMI: IHS Announces Funding Opportunity: Ending the HIV and HCV Epidemics in Indian Country

HIV.gov | May 4, 2022

HIV in the United States by Region: HIV Incidence

CDC | May 3, 2022

Two nonprofits partner to increase dental care access for HIV patients

Hastings Tribune | May 3, 2022

Addressing Southeast Michigan's HIV Crisis: Why This $2 Million CDC Grant Benefiting Michigan is so Important

Pride Source | April 26, 2022

Indian Health Service Announces $5 Mil for 'Ending the HIV Epidemic in the US' 

Healthcare Innovation | April 26, 2022

"That was what made UAB So Special for Me"

University of Alabama at Birmingham | April 2022

Justice Department sues Indiana town for rejecting man for police job because he has HIV 

USA Today | April 26, 2022

The Association Of HIV With Health Care Spending And Use Among Medicare Beneficiaries 

Health Affairs | April 2022

Orrin Hatch, Ted Kennedy and a Bipartisan Friendship

USNews.com | April 25, 2022

Domestic HIV Funding in the White House FY 2023 Budget Request

KFF | March 30, 2022

“Ramp Up the Resources”: Increased Effort and Funding Needed to End HIV

Contagion Live | March 23, 2022

National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2022

POZ Magazine | March 10, 2022

Gen-Z Girls and HIV

HRC | March 10, 2022

Georgia's Black Community Disproportionately Affected by HIV

USNews.com | February 26, 2022

Despite progress, HIV remains disproportionately Black in Georgia

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution | February 23, 2022

Overall lifetime risk of being diagnosed with HIV in the US decreases by 11%, but stark racial and geographical disparities persist

Aidsmap | February 15, 2022

Lifetime Risk of HIV Diagnosis in the US, Broken Down Demographically

Contagion Live | February 14, 2022

HIV Disparities Persist Among Black Americans

Medscape | February 11, 2022

An outbreak of HIV infection among people who inject drugs in northeastern Massachusetts 

BMC Public Health - BioMed Central | February 8, 2022

Report urges Medicaid expansion to combat Georgia's HIV crisis 

Georgia Health News | February 1, 2022

 
 
             
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