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HHS Hands Out Free HIV Prevention Drugs. Do You Qualify?

HHS Hands Out Free HIV Prevention Drugs. Do You Qualify?

By Carmen Heredia Rodriguez | Dec 7
The Trump administration Tuesday unveiled a plan to distribute HIV prevention medication free to individuals who do not have prescription drug insurance coverage.

Health Program Offers Free HIV Prevention Drug to Uninsured

Health Program Offers Free HIV Prevention Drug to Uninsured

By Lauran Neergaard | Dec 4
The government launched a new program on Tuesday to provide an HIV prevention drug for free to people who need the protection but have no insurance to pay for it.

Fresh Hope with A Trio of Promising HIV Vaccines

Fresh Hope with A Trio of Promising HIV Vaccines

By Kilian Melloy | Dec 3
As the global community marks noter World AIDS Day, a trio of late-stage trials offers renewed hope that a vaccine against the disease may be on the horizon.

How Treating HIV in Babies Can Positively Impact Their Future

How Treating HIV in Babies Can Positively Impact Their Future

Dec 2
Recent research, including our new data from Botswana, suggest that initiating treatment as close to birth as possible may be the best time to treat infants.

Watch: HHS Secretary Alex Azar Addresses World AIDS Day

Watch: HHS Secretary Alex Azar Addresses World AIDS Day

Dec 1
Leaders across HHS discuss the plan to end the HIV epidemic in the United States in the next ten years and discuss how a once-distant dream is within reach.

Women and AIDS: The Ms. Foundation Responds

Women and AIDS: The Ms. Foundation Responds

Dec 1
Ms. Foundation for Women President and CEO Teresa C. Younger released the following statement on World AIDS Day.

Complacency a Concern as AIDS Treatment Improves in Africa

Complacency a Concern as AIDS Treatment Improves in Africa

By Rodney Muhumulza | Dec 1
AIDS has no cure. HIV is still here. But some people are forgetting that.

Communites Can Make (or Break) Strategies to Curb HIV

Communites Can Make (or Break) Strategies to Curb HIV

Dec 1
Communities continue to be vital in efforts to bring the pandemic under control, proving themselves as custodians and keepers of rich knowledge that creates the context in which HIV transmission occurs.

Study: For Babies Born with HIV, Start Treatment Right Away

Study: For Babies Born with HIV, Start Treatment Right Away

By Lauren Neergaard | Nov 30
When babies are born with HIV, starting treatment within hours to days is better than waiting even the few weeks to months that's the norm in many countries, researchers reported this week.

South Africa Needs to Get More Young People with HIV on Treatment

South Africa Needs to Get More Young People with HIV on Treatment

Nov 30
Unlike most age groups, adolescent mortality is increasing, with HIV being the leading cause of adolescent death in Africa.

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