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Wake Forest University’s Faith Coordinating Center launched the Black Faith and HIV initiative with hopes of building a national movement.
While encouraging HIV testing, prevention and treatment among gay and bisexual men, #NGMHAAD 2022 also raises awareness of monkeypox.
Biden surprised the iconic rocker during a White House concert by awarding him the National Humanities Medal for his HIV and AIDS work.
Sunday, September 18, is all about #HIVandAging. Here are seven common reasons older adults could be living with HIV without knowing it.
Watch a livestream of the film “My Faith, My Story” for this HIV awareness day, which is held the last Sunday of each August.
There’s an HIV crisis in the South. Participate in #SHAAD on Saturday, August 20, and change the narrative around the epidemic.
#HLTSAD—which is Sunday, June 5—urges you to #Mobilize2Thrive and prioritize the quality of life for HIV long-term survivors.
Hepatitis Awareness Month activities help to improve everyone’s understanding of viral hepatitis transmission and risk factors
Millions of Americans are living with viral hepatitis. #HepTestingDay urges you to find out whether you’re one of them.
“I Choose Loving” is the theme of the Latino Commission on AIDS’s Week Against Homophobia. Events include online talks and the film “B...
Singer Naomi Judd was diagnosed with hepatitis C in 1990 and cured eight years later. She spoke out for those with liver disease.
Does red meat cause cancer? Does stress or Radon? CancerFactFinder.org offers evidence-based answers to such questions.
About 1.4 million people are transgender in the U.S. That’s 0.6% of the population. Yet they accounted for 2% of new HIV cases in 2019.
Join Advocates for Youth and watch a virtual screening of the Black LGBTQ documentary “Check It.” #NYHAAD is Sunday, April 10.
One of the first celebrities to disclose she had hepatitis C—and was cured of the liver disease—Pamela Anderson will star in “Chicago."
“Baby Got Back” rapper Sir Mix-A-Lot releases “Bit Butts” NFTs and raises funds for the Colorectal Cancer Alliance.
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