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Singer Naomi Judd was diagnosed with hepatitis C in 1990 and cured eight years later. She spoke out for those with liver disease.
The four-part docuseries “They Call Me Magic” on Apple TV+ offers an inside look at Magic Johnson and his sports and HIV legacy.
One of the first celebrities to disclose she had hepatitis C—and was cured of the liver disease—Pamela Anderson will star in “Chicago."
In its 30th year, Elton John’s Oscar viewing party raised $8.6 million. Plus: Lil Nas X and Gilead fight HIV in the South.
“Baby Got Back” rapper Sir Mix-A-Lot releases “Bit Butts” NFTs and raises funds for the Colorectal Cancer Alliance.
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS hosts Red Bucket campaigns, “Broadway Backwards,” “Broadway Bares” and more!
MTV Real World star Pedro Zamora would have turned 50 this week. These youth scholarships honor his AIDS education legacy.
The coming-of-age film centers on HIV test results and also stars Javier Muñoz, Ellen Burstyn and Louis Gossett Jr. Watch the trailer!
COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy dropped more rapidly among African Americans than whites, yet their rates remain slightly lower.
Yes! The Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Company sells cheaper generic drugs for diabetes, cancer, high blood pressure, HIV, hepatitis and more.
A “Black Latina girl from New Jersey,” Michaela Jaé Rodriguez played Blanca, a trans woman living with HIV, on the series “Pose.”
Actress Wendy Raquel Robinson will host the American Cancer Society’s “Call To Action” on December 4th.
The MSNBC anchor revealed that she had surgery for skin cancer and made a passionate plea for everyone to get screened for the disease.
In animated PSAs for early colorectal cancer screen, Chuck D and Pete Colon reach out to Black and Latino Americans.
Common, Brittany Howard, Sofia Vergara and others set to appear in the Stand Up To Cancer’s telecast have been deeply affected by cancer.
The pioneering Black dancer and colon cancer survivor is enthusiastic about new guidelines to start colorectal screening at age 45.
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