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Online Learning Opportunities: Webinars Highlight ACA and Those at Risk for and Living with HIV

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The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has brought access to quality, affordable health care for millions of Americans. Now is a great time to learn more about how the law affects those at risk for and living with HIV, and how to engage and enroll individuals in the health care coverage they need—or use the new…

Meet the 5 Men that are putting a “Positive Spin” on HIV

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Thanks to advances in HIV treatment, people living with HIV who are diagnosed early, linked to care, prescribed antiretroviral therapy (ART), and stay adherent to their medication are able to live healthy lives and reduce the risk of spreading the virus to others. Positive Spin is nominated for a Webby Award . We created this listicle to celebrate…

STD Awareness Month: CDC Encourages Everyone to Talk, Test, and Treat

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A special note to the public from Dr. Gail Bolan, Director, Division of STD Prevention, CDC, this STD Awareness Month. April is STD Awareness Month, which gives us the opportunity to talk about sexual health in an inclusive way that speaks to individuals from all walks of life. Sex is a part of most of…

The White House’s Amy Lansky Discusses What Drives Her Commitment to HIV Work

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Last month, Dr. Amy Lansky assumed leadership of the White House Office of National AIDS Policy, where she had been serving as a senior advisor for more than a year. She recently talked with us about how she came to work in HIV, what keeps her passionate about this work, and how we can all…

National Transgender HIV Testing Day – Chandi Moore CDC Blog & Twitter Chat Today at 3:00 PM (EST)

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Editor’s Note: From CDC’s Doing It – an HIV testing and prevention campaign.   It’s Our Time – The Transgender Community and HIV/AIDS By: Chandi Moore, Health Education Associate at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles On a recent episode of ‘I am Cait,’ I shared about my past and how difficult my journey has been….

Engaging Faith-Based Groups to Address Viral Hepatitis—Archived Webinar Materials Now Available!

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Hepatitis B and C affect as many as 2.2 million and 5.3 million people, respectively, from all walks of life and across the United States.  To be successful, our national response to viral hepatitis requires that all parts of society participate, including faith communities.  Recently, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of…

2016 National Ryan White Conference Deadlines Approaching

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The April 29 deadline for submitting abstracts for a workshop or poster at the 2016 National Ryan White Conference on HIV Care and Treatment is quickly approaching. The conference will take place August 23-26 in Washington, DC. Visit RyanWhite2016.org to learn more about the abstract submission process. You can also learn more about the conference…

IHS Holds Teleconference Call to Address LGBT2S Health Issues

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WHAT: The Indian Health Service will hold a public teleconference call to seek broad input on efforts to advance and promote the health needs of the American Indian and Alaska Native Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Two-Spirit communities. This is the first of a series of public teleconferences that will take place this year. Themes…