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Black Americans represent 42% of new HIV cases but only 14% of the U.S. population. Amid challenges, progress has been made.
She also thanked the queer community for inventing the dance genre. Plus, here’s the story of Beyoncé’s beloved uncle Johnny.
The Health Equity Report Card will help tackle racial and ethnic disparities and improve the quality and equity of cancer care.
Gender and racial disparities in mortality persist, but the gap appears to have closed when it comes to getting the latest HIV treatment.
New study finds racial inequities in access to opioids among older patients with cancer near end of life.
Terrance Mayes and Loretta Erhunmwunsee are the new leaders of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) Forum on Equity.
The video series by American Gene Technologies features interviews with HIV advocates, peer leaders, scientists, TikTokers and more.
“We hope this campaign will get the word out to Black residents” and encourage them to #NOLAYourStatus and stop HIV stigma.
The documentary “Dionne Warwick: Don’t Make Me Over” debuts January 1 on CNN and covers the Grammy winner’s Black and HIV advocacy.
GLAAD’s #FactsAndVax campaign on Instagram Reels enlists Black influencers to educate about mpox. [VIDEOS]
A former Denver Broncos running back, Ronnie Hillman had a rare cancer that mostly affects young Black people with sickle cell trait.
The “Philly, Keep on Loving” telehealth program includes at-home HIV and STI tests, med delivery, PEP, doctor chats and more—all free.
An expert panel’s draft recommendation gives injectable PrEP an A grade, which will make the HIV prevention option more widely available.
The North Carolina insurer’s policy “will worsen health inequities” for Black and Latino people, claim the discrimination complaints.
HIV-positive heart transplant recipient (and cancer survivor) Miriam Nieves meets the family of the HIV-positive donor, Brittany Newton.
Lambda Legal, which filed the suit, argues the policy is “discriminatory” and disproportionately affects LGBTQ people and people of color.
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