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Seeing a neurologist improved the likelihood of a prescription for newer epilepsy drugs.
Starting January 1, 2023, more Californians will have access to cancer care and services, such as genome testing and clinical trials.
For the first time, gay and bi men who don’t inject drugs accounted for less than half of new cases in San Francisco.
These findings are disappointing as there are more than 25 million individuals with limited English proficiency living in the U.S.
Despite this, Latino children with depression are less likely to receive mental health care.
A new law allows people to get PrEP and PEP from pharmacists without first seeing a doctor. Another boosts Black-led HIV resources.
Black children with asthma access clinics less frequently than Latino and white children, but visit emergency departments more.
These encouraging results do not apply, however, to people who remain undiagnosed.
Increasing the number of bilingual health care professionals as well as resources at the community level could help Latino seniors thrive.
A three-city survey of gay and bisexual Latino men living with HIV offers insight on treatment adherence and more.
The pandemic may have increased access to therapy for many Americans, but disparities persist for Black, Latino and other communities.
A letter from 124 patient groups urges the White House to make drugs more affordable—and spells out how it can do so.
13,000 gay and bi Black and Latino men received PrEP care through collaboratives.
Black and Latino bisexual adults in this small survey had the lowest confidence in accessing HIV care and prevention services.
The Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law that would have shuttered most abortion clinics.
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