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'Uptown Funk' Parody Promotes Safer Sex

Aug 27
This week AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) released "Downtown Funk," a high-energy, professionally-produced music video that promotes STD awareness and safer-sex.

HIV Equal and Triangle Community Center Celebrate Transgender Self-Care  

By EDGE | Aug 25
On Sunday, August 30, HIV Equal and Triangle Community Center will be hosting an event at the offices of sponsors World Health Clinicians and CIRCLE CARE Center in Norwalk, CT, to celebrate and promote self-care within the transgender community.

AIDS Help Seeks Memorabilia for 30th Anniversary Book

By EDGE | Aug 14
AIDS Help, the only community-based HIV/AIDS service organization in Monroe County, seeks memorabilia for a 30th anniversary publication about how that little agency on a little island took on the darkness of HIV/AIDS.

Blood From Gay Donors in Art Exhibit Protesting FDA's Ban

By Brett Zongker | Aug 13
A Washington museum will exhibit a sculpture that uses the blood of nine gay, bisexual and transgender men to protest the federal ban on blood donations from gay and bisexual men.

amfAR Report Recommends How States Can Improve HIV Prevention

By EDGE | Aug 12
amfAR has released a set of recommendations for how states across the U.S. can improve HIV prevention and care outcomes in an effort to achieve the goals identified within the National HIV/AIDS Strategy.

ASOs Praise White House Plan to Address HIV In the U.S.

By EDGE | Aug 11
Local AIDS Service Organizations and community leaders praised the President and his Administration for their leadership and the ambitious goals outlined in the Strategy for addressing HIV in the United States over the next five years.

Cytodyn Qualifies Pro 140 for Phase 3, Initiates 1st Clinical Site

By EDGE | Aug 10
CytoDyn Inc. has approved for release Pro 140 for their 25-week Phase 3 trial, and started their first clinical site.

Clinical Trial for Injectable HIV Antibody Finds 98 Percent Success Rate

By EDGE | Aug 7
The first self-injectable antibody, PRO 140, has documented an impressive 98 percent success rate in a Phase 2b clinical trial for patients with HIV.

$10,000 Cal Humanities Grant Funds Stories from WeHo's AIDS Epidemic

By Winnie McCroy | Aug 6
With a $10,000 Cal Humanities' Community Stories grant, matched by $10,000 from the City of West Hollywood, THE LAVENDER EFFECT® will create "YOUNG CITY AT WAR: Stories from West Hollywood During the AIDS Epidemic."

The Next Five Years of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy

By Sean Cahill | Aug 5
Sean Cahill, Director of Health Policy Research at the Fenway Institute, gives us a look at the National HIV/AIDS Strategy.

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