To promote the health and well being of the Latino Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and questioning community in a culturally appropriate environment through disease prevention, education, support services, advocacy and community building.
Some DADT supporters used the prospect of increased HIV rates as an excuse for opposing repeal.
The Aunt Rita Foundation created the database.
The seventh round of Mathilde Krim Fellowships in Basic Biomedical Research.
The longtime HIV-positive activist and blogger has filed papers to run.
He supported charitable causes for children, as well as HIV/AIDS.
The World Health Organization has apologized for the report.
PrEPfacts.org now includes sections for gay and straight African Americans and Spanish-speaking Latinos, as well as heterosexual women.
Abbvie will work with a steering committee to develop an informational tool as a resource for HIV-positive women in the coming months.
A new report outlines several recommendations for the Obama administration to begin the end of the domestic AIDS epidemic.
The document formalizes the operating rules of the steering committee and coordinating council, and it guides caucus activities through at least 2014.
In remarks the day after World AIDS Day, President Obama pledged significant funding.
The law reauthorizes PEPFAR for another five years.
The goal is to implement a plan by 2020.
The last state to have a list was South Dakota.
He is survived by his current partner Ken Lundie and his extended family.
The City Council has restored the funds each year, but advocates have sought full restoration.
The AIDS Healthcare Foundation claims it seeks more accountability.
He has cared for countless people living with the virus.
The portal contains a Frequently Asked Questions section, a guide to ACA benefits and other tools.