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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.
Young people help get COVID vaccination numbers up, particularly when they help navigate the health system for Spanish-speaking relatives.
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.
The Campbell Foundation provides the HIV grants to help make up for funding losses since COVID.
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.
Join virtual events for the Week Against Transphobia, November 14 to 18, which lead up to the Transgender Day of Remembrance on Sunday.
Starting January 1, 2023, more Californians will have access to cancer care and services, such as genome testing and clinical trials.
Chicago’s Black, Latino and white populations saw declines in new cases of HIV and AIDS in 2020. However, STIs are on the rise.
Last day of Hispanic Heritage Month, October 15th, is designated as National Latinx AIDS Awareness.
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