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As we prepare to mark World AIDS Day tomorrow, the U.S. government this week announced a blueprint for achieving an AIDS-free generation. The plan to confront AIDS globally outlines goals and objectives that take into account groundbreaking scientific...
ReporterMany young people have H-I-V but don't know it. That's according to a new study by the Centers for Disease Control which contains surprising numbers. It found that 25% of new HIV infections in the U.S. are people between the ages of 13 and 24. Most...
After 30 years, the fight against AIDS has turned an important corner. A week ago, a task force which advises the U.S. government on preventative medicine proposed doctors offer HIV tests to all people ages 15 to 64. Prior recommendations suggested...
Keith Green knows that physicians read books and take classes on how to provide the best health care for members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. But Green, chairman of the Chicago Black Gay Men's Caucus, also knows that too many...
At the height of the so-called culture wars of 20 years past — when the late Senators Strom Thurmond and Jesse Helms were raging against the "obscene" solo artists funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and performers like Tim Miller and...
Tags: Jesse Helms, Strom Thurmond, Arts and Culture, Culture, Arts
Tribune NewspapersThe World of Chocolate event celebrated its 10th annual fundraiser at the Hilton Chicago welcoming more than 1,500 guests to benefit the AIDS Foundation of Chicago. Chocolate lovers from near and far indulged their collective sweet tooth, sampling...
Tags: AIDS, Human Interest, International Travel, Travel, Health
The public is invited to the World AIDS Day "Universal Access and Human Rights" family expo 4 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. today at the parking lot of SONIC restaurant on North Imperial in El Centro. The event is hosted by the World AIDS Day Planning Committee and...
Tags: Human Rights, Health, Flu, Politics, Diseases and Illnesses
email@example.comWhile the audience filled only half the room, Evadne Ngazimbe's story had a large impact as she recounted her experiences working with people infected with HIV/AIDS in Zimbabwe. From people laid off after being diagnosed to children taking care of sick...
One hundred people braved blustery winds, cool temperatures and even a little rain Thursday evening in El Centro to find out more about AIDS and show support for those who have been ravaged by it. Twenty years ago there wouldn’t have been...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterAbout 100 people braved bitterly cold winds and slight rain Thursday night to attend the World AIDS Day Family Expo. The event featured about 15 organizations such as Clinicas del Salud, White Cross Pharmacy and March of Dimes who distributed health...
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