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The Cempa Talks initiative is based in Chattanooga, where more than 55 percent of people living with HIV are African American.
With funding by the three coordinating centers of the Gilead COMPASS Initiative
Can data from more than 1 million Americans accelerate research and medical breakthroughs that benefit everyone?
A mom’s race may drive differences in ratings reported for symptoms of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder in kids.
Located at the Rush Center, the SPOT builds upon the knowledge of people living with HIV.
The LA videos star women of color and promote HIV prevention. Watch all three here!
As the U.S. population grows, minority groups will see the highest rise in dementias.
The conversation about HIV is changing. Here’s how.
Therapy that stresses cognitive behavioral interventions may help young African-Americans who suffer from asthma achieve better health.
Inspiration from the U.S. Conference on AIDS, for the hearts and minds of advocates everywhere
The “Empire” star’s organization honors her late father who struggled with mental health issues.
Counseling young people to choose healthier lifestyles may help reduce their risk of developing high blood pressure.
Three “high-profile advocates” share candid tales as part of Gilead’s video series to prevent HIV and STIs.
Black women and others at elevated risk should be evaluated by age 30.
Some folks in minority populations are more likely to develop cancer of the pancreas if diagnosed with diabetes after age 50.
Puffing on cigarettes increases the risk of heart failure among Black men and women.
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