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Amida Care Tackles HIV and Addiction Via Harm Reduction

By Winnie McCroy | Oct 27
For clients battling HIV and addiction, Amida Care's harm reduction approach can work.

Elton John AIDS Foundation Awards $4.1M to Programs Advancing Health and Human Rights of PLWHAs

By EDGE | Oct 27
The Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF), a leader in the global effort to end AIDS, today awarded $4.1 million to 38 organizations addressing the HIV/AIDS epidemic in critical and innovative ways.

Study Confirms 'Patient Zero' Not Source of HIV/AIDS Outbreak

By EDGE | Oct 27
Using sophisticated genetic techniques, an international team of scientists have managed to reconstruct exactly how HIV/AIDS arrived in the U.S. In doing so, they've exonerated the man who has long been blamed for bringing the pandemic to the West.

HIV: The Long View Initiative Looks at Barriers to Long-Term Health Among PLWHAs

By EDGE | Oct 25
A coalition of leading HIV/AIDS advocacy groups and stakeholder organizations announced the launch of "HIV: The Long View" with the release of an evidence-based report that examines the potential implications of future healthcare trends on HIV care.

GMHC and NYPL Present 'Library & Leaders: 35 Years of AIDS'

By EDGE | Oct 24
On Wednesday, October 26, Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC) and the New York Public Library (NYPL) will host "Library & Leaders: 35 Years of AIDS," from 6-8:30 p.m. at the Library Main Branch located at 5th Avenue and 42nd Street in Manhattan.

Team Sordid Lives Raises Funds for Desert AIDS Walk

By Winnie McCroy | Oct 18
On Saturday, October 22, the Palm Springs community comes together for the Desert AIDS Walk, raising funds for the Desert AIDS Project. Participating in the walk is Del Shores of "Sordid Lives" and "A Very Sordid Wedding" fame.

Christian Radio Host Denies Existence of 'Heterosexual AIDS' in America

Oct 18
Dennis Prager, the Christian Broadcasting Network radio host, who blamed California's record drought on a "worship of nature," took his science denying to a new level when he dismissed "heterosexual AIDS" as liberal "hysteria."

FDA-Approved Mytesi Relieves Noninfectious Diarrhea in HIV-Positive Patients

By EDGE | Oct 14
Napo Pharmaceuticals, Inc., announced the launch and general availability of Mytesi (crofelemer), the only antidiarrheal studied in and FDA-approved for the relief of diarrhea in HIV-positive patients.

Engineered HEX Condom by LELO Now Available in Target Stores

By EDGE | Oct 13
Following a successful Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign raising over one million dollars, LELO is thrilled to announce that their game-changing condom will be sold nationwide in retail stores this month.

Communities Across The Country Observe National Latinx Aids Awareness Day

By EDGE | Oct 12
National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day, observed each year on the last day of Hispanic Heritage Month, October 15, highlights a nationwide community mobilization and social marketing campaign that addresses the HIV/AIDS epidemic among Hispanics.

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