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Join the World AIDS Day Thunderclap for HIV Testing & Services

New Media | November 26, 2013 Read the full post
thunderclap screenshot

We know that using social media can be a powerful way to communicate our messages, and we’re always looking at how we can amplify those messages even more. Last August, Howto.gov hosted a webinar on Thunderclap , a new online tool…

Thanking Thousands, Thanking Hundreds

Oriol R. Gutierrez Jr.
Cross-posted from Huffington Post

Editor’s note: As we approach World AIDS Day, we thank the thousands of individuals worldwide working on, before, and after each HIV/AIDS awareness observance day to help move us toward an AIDS-free generation. We encourage each of our readers to…

New Pew Report Released: The Diagnosis Difference

New Media | November 26, 2013 Read the full post
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…

Viral Hepatitis Training Resources for Health Care Providers/Professionals

Jonathan Mermin

Health care providers at all levels of the health care system can help reduce health disparities and prevent viral hepatitis by learning more about the prevention, care, and treatment of this disease. This is one of the goals of the…

A Personal Perspective from Dr. Ronald Valdiserri

Ron and Edwin Valdiserri

This World AIDS Day is a time of great hope. We continue to see advances in the response to HIV: treatments have improved, and we now have the Affordable Care Act to help meet the healthcare needs of thousands of…

Access to Information is a Powerful Tool in Strengthening Results for an AIDS-Free Generation

Information is powerful medicine poster

World AIDS Day is a tremendous opportunity for people worldwide to unite together in the fight against HIV.  A contribution to that fight here in the U.S. is the Information Is Powerful Medicine campaign. Launched earlier this year, the campaign…

Justice Department Settles with South Carolina Department of Corrections to End Discrimination Against Inmates with HIV

Department of Justice
Cross-posted from U.S. Department of Justice Office of Public Affairs

Editor’s note: Earlier this fall, the U.S. Department of Justice released this important announcement regarding its ongoing efforts to address HIV-related discrimination. Please read. The Justice Department announced on September 30, 2013 that it had reached a settlement with the…

Statement by the President on the HIV Organ Policy Equity (HOPE) Act

The White House
Cross-posted from White House Press Office

[Released November 21, 2013] Earlier today, I signed into law the HIV Organ Policy Equity (HOPE) Act, a bipartisan piece of legislation that allows scientists to carry out research into organ donations from one person with HIV to another.  For decades,…