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This post has been crossposted from our allies and partners at the Positive Women’s Network of the United States of America (PWN-USA). The original post can be accessed by clicking here. “We, as women living with HIV, envision a life free from violence, coercion, and discrimination for all people. We, as women living with […]
This post has been cross-posted from our allies at ACT UP New York. To see the original posting, please click here. The Atlanta Principles Researchers from the Emory School of Public Health recently released an estimate: 12% of young black gay men in Atlanta become infected with HIV each year. In the cohort studied, […]
From our allies at ACT UP New York and Treatment Action Group: Press Contact: Jennifer Avril, ACT UP NY firstname.lastname@example.org (917) 982-9012 ACT UP to Tom Frieden: You’re MIA on HIV New Infections on the Rise in Key Subpopulations, Despite Options for Prevention JUNE 9, 2014 – ATLANTA, GA – The number of new cases […]