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Watched yesterday’s webinar? Take action! The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) decided recently to restrict eligibility for direct HIV prevention funding to community-based organizations (CBOs) located in a limited number of urban areas. As a result, the South has lost critical prevention funding. Take action by joining a letter-writing campaign from the Southern […]
This webinar announcement is sent on behalf our allies at the U.S. Women and PrEP Working Group. Please join us for a March 11 webinar on the state of the science and implementation of PrEP for women in the US! The webinar is free to attend but registration is required. REGISTER HERE
By Ernesto Flores Policy and Advocacy Fellow The first case of HIV transmission through the blood supply was reported in 1982. Fueled by emerging epidemiological data, negative stigmas surrounding homosexual populations were strengthened in fear of further contamination of the blood supply. In response to the public health threat, the FDA prohibited blood donations by […]