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New media has become a crucial tool for relaying health information, sharing resources, developing and maintaining partnerships, promoting events and building community. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), AIDS.gov and other Federal partners have taken great strides in using new media as a form of outreach and communication, including the use of blogs,…

HRSA Guide for HIV/AIDS Clinical Care

HRSA Guide for HIV/AIDS Clinical Care

Thanks to advances in detection and treatment, more people are living longer with HIV – but with increased life expectancy comes more complex care. In light of rapidly changing conditions in HIV care, HRSA’s HIV/AIDS Bureau has developed the Guide for HIV/AIDS Clinical Care, a comprehensive roadmap for physicians, nurse-practitioners, dentists, and other clinicians on…

FDA and FTC Act to Remove Fraudulent HIV and STD Products from the Market

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Last month the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced a joint effort to remove products from the market that make unproven claims to treat, cure, and prevent sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), including HIV/AIDS. Among the products targeted in the action are Medavir, Herpaflor, Viruxo, C-Cure, and Never An…

Raising HIV/AIDS Awareness in the Caribbean Community

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Today, Wednesday, June 8, 2010 is the sixth annual observance of Caribbean-American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.  Caribbean-American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is designed to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS in Caribbean communities in the United States and its territories. Raising awareness is a necessity because Caribbean communities are at elevated risk for HIV infection. There are 30 countries…

Today is Caribbean American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Caribbean American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Co-authored by Jane Carper, Intern, AIDS.gov

Today is Caribbean American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NCAHAAD)—an annual observance dedicated to increasing awareness of HIV/AIDS in the Caribbean American community. The National Planning Committee Exit Disclaimer convened by Caribbean People International Collective, Inc. is the lead organizer for the day. Observed during National Caribbean American Heritage Month Exit Disclaimer and just after

In His Own Words: Community Activist Phill Wilson Reflects on 30 Years of AIDS

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In commemoration of 30 Years of AIDS, we are sharing the personal stories of colleagues and community members who have been around since the very beginning of the epidemic in 1981. In this spirit, we recently interviewed Phill Wilson for a symposium entitled “Commemorating 30 Years of Leadership in the Fight Against HIV/AIDS” that Secretary…

Continuing Steps to Implement the National HIV/AIDS Strategy as the Pandemic Turns 30

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As we reflect on the thirtieth year of the HIV pandemic, our work continues.  I wanted to share with you two developments at the White House as we mark this somber, but important milestone. HHS Announces New Steps to Implement the National HIV/AIDS Strategy Yesterday, I participated in a call with Health and Human Services…

Champions of Change: HIV/AIDS – 30 Years of Activism on the Frontlines

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Ed. Note: Champions of Change is a weekly initiative to highlight Americans who are making an impact in their communities and helping our country rise to meet the many challenges of the 21st century. This month marks the 30th year of the HIV/AIDS pandemic, when the Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported the first…