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Pew Report: African Americans and Technology Use

African American Twitter Use

Earlier this week, the Pew Internet and American Life Project  released a new report  on African Americans and technology use based on a survey of American adults. This report is the first in a series of reports looking at technology use among different demographic groups across the United States. We asked Meico M. Whitlock, Senior Manager…

New Analysis Estimates the Number of People with HIV Who Could Gain New Coverage Under the Affordable Care Act

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A new analysis  by the Kaiser Family Foundation  in conjunction with researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides the first national estimates of the expected impact of the Affordable Care Act’s coverage expansions on people with HIV. It is based on nationally representative data from the CDC’s Medical Monitoring Project (MMP), a surveillance…

The Affordable Care Act and HIV – USCA 2013

USCA Plenary Session

During a plenary session at the 2013 United States Conference on AIDS (USCA) , HIV leaders from several federal agencies shared observations about aspects of the Affordable Care Act that are making a critical difference in their work on behalf of people at risk for or living with HIV. Watch this footage from the plenary session. For…

Dr. Koh’s 2013 World AIDS Day Reflections

Dr. Koh Video Screenshot

As we enter the last days of 2013, we at AIDS.gov are aware that the recent observance of World AIDS Day generated widespread reflection on the progress and challenges of responding to the HIV epidemic in the United States and around the globe. Today, we are releasing a video in which Dr. Howard Koh, U.S….

The Black Treatment Advocates Network with Phill Wilson

Screenshot Phil WIlson Video

The Black Treatment Advocates Network (BTAN)  is a project of the Black AIDS Institute . The BTAN is an initiative is working to achieve the goals of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy through educating individuals about the science of HIV, the biomedical advances in the treatment of HIV and AIDS, and the role those interventions play in prevention….

Key Federal World AIDS Day Speeches

World AIDS Day logo

The week of World AIDS Day is always an important and busy time for the HIV community. Our partners work especially hard to lend visibility to HIV awareness and to educate people we may not reach the rest of the year. We end this week by showcasing several key voices in the dialogue for HIV/AIDS…

Giving Thanks and Gearing Up for World AIDS Day

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Today is Thanksgiving and World AIDS Day (December 1) is right around the corner. We at AIDS.gov wanted to take a moment to thank you, the HIV community, for the work that you do. Your commitment is an integral part of what will help bring us closer to an AIDS-free generation. To this end, we’ve…

New Pew Report Released: The Diagnosis Difference

The Diagnosis Difference

Editor’s Note: Scientific and technological advances have made HIV a manageable chronic disease for many people, allowing individuals to lead healthy, happy, and productive lives. With World AIDS Day (December 1) approaching, Pew Research Center’s new report about how people living with a chronic disease access health information and use social media is particularly timely….

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