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Women of color are disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS.
Studies highlight the need for better prevention and management of age-related health problems.
Study authors suggest obstetricians routinely screen all pregnant women for hepatitis C.
Fred Hutch researchers explore the association between energy intake (through food and drink) and chronic disease risk, including cancer.
Sistas Organizing to Survive (SOS) celebrates 15 years of the HIV initiative for African-American women in Florida.
Women may be more vulnerable to the toxic effects of chemotherapy if they are treated in the morning.
Fred Hutch researchers examined risks and health outcomes for Black and white women with endometriosis and fibroids.
TDF/FTC is effective for cisgender women who take at least four pills per week, but many struggle to reach this level of adherence.
“I can imagine that my children will see me grow as I see them grow. I can imagine that I can get through this."
This NWGHAAD, learn what all women need to know about HIV, including who is impacted most. Plus: Download self-care activity books.
Doxycycline after sex reduces the risk of gonorrhea, chlamydia and syphilis for gay men, and it does not appear to drive resistance.
The risk of mother-to-child transmission is less than 1% if the woman is on treatment with an undetectable viral load.
WISDOM study expands to women as young as 30
Watch these #HIVIsNotACrime discussions—in English and Spanish—to learn about HIV criminalization and efforts to reform outdated laws.
Balyn Zaro, PhD, studies genetic differences in the innate immune system and how they can impact the effectiveness of the meds we take.
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