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Researchers May Have Found a Way To 'Kick And Kill' HIV

Researchers May Have Found a Way To 'Kick And Kill' HIV

Sep 22
Researchers from the UCLA Center for AIDS Research, Stanford University and the NIH may have developed a synthetic molecule that both "kicks" and "kills" HIV hidden in the latent reservoir.

Ava Study Looks at Women's Attitudes, Emotions and Awareness About Fertility and Trying-to-Conceive

Ava Study Looks at Women's Attitudes, Emotions and Awareness About Fertility and Trying-to-Conceive

Sep 21
Ava, a medical technology company, announced the results of an international survey about women's attitudes and misconceptions around fertility and getting pregnant.

Genetic Counselors Help Transgender Patients Understand Cancer Risks Associated with BRCA Mutations Before Transition

Genetic Counselors Help Transgender Patients Understand Cancer Risks Associated with BRCA Mutations Before Transition

Sep 20
Transgender individuals should be aware of their family history of cancer or any cancer-related gene mutations that run in their family before hormones or surgery.

Action Alert: Oppose Graham/Cassidy Bill Repealing the ACA and Cutting Medicaid

Action Alert: Oppose Graham/Cassidy Bill Repealing the ACA and Cutting Medicaid

Sep 19
On Friday, September 15, Senators Bill Cassidy (R-LA) and others introduced new legislation to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Amida Care says it's time to let your elected officials know it's not enough.

HRC Blasts Latest GOP Plan to Repeal and Replace Obamacare

HRC Blasts Latest GOP Plan to Repeal and Replace Obamacare

Sep 19
HRC strenuously opposed any attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act, which would harm millions of Americans and disproportionately affect LGBTQ people.

Hundreds Gather at National AIDS Memorial to Dedicate Newly-Built Hemophilia Memorial

Hundreds Gather at National AIDS Memorial to Dedicate Newly-Built Hemophilia Memorial

Sep 18
Hundreds came together at the National AIDS Memorial to dedicate the Hemophilia Memorial Circle, to honor those in the hemophilia community lost to AIDS.

September 18 is National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day

September 18 is National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day

Sep 18
Each year on September 18, National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day is observed to call attention to the challenges that older Americans face in terms of HIV prevention, testing, care, and treatment.

LGBTQ People with Mental Illness Speak Up

LGBTQ People with Mental Illness Speak Up

By Maria Dominguez | Sep 17
People who identify as LGBTQ are three times as likely to experience a mental health condition like depression or anxiety, but even within our own community ignorance and discrimination against mental illness abounds.

Suicide Prevention Resources Just A Call Away

Suicide Prevention Resources Just A Call Away

By Dana M. Cea, QNotes Guest Contributor | Sep 16
Suicide knows no boundaries. It affects all age groups, all races, all ethnicities, all socioeconomic statuses, all religions, all geographic regions - you name it. But there's help available.

Health and Civil Rights Group Blast Trump Admin. Attempt to Gut LGBTQ Protections from ACA

Health and Civil Rights Group Blast Trump Admin. Attempt to Gut LGBTQ Protections from ACA

Sep 15
Health, human and civil rights advocates voiced concerns that the Trump administration is working to gut a provision of the Affordable Care Act that prohibits discrimination against sex and gender identity in federally health programs.

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