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SF Mayor Pushes for HIV/AIDS Funds

SF Mayor Pushes for HIV/AIDS Funds

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Dec 9
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee is working to restore HIV/AIDS funding that was recently cut by the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Fenway Health Pilot Program Aims to Reduce ER & Hospital Use

Fenway Health Pilot Program Aims to Reduce ER & Hospital Use

Dec 8
Fenway Health is launching a new pilot program to decrease avoidable Emergency Room visits and hospitalizations for treatment of behavioral health and substance use disorder by patients who are transgender.

Arkansas Begins Blood Tests After HIV-Positive Boxer Fights

Arkansas Begins Blood Tests After HIV-Positive Boxer Fights

Dec 8
The Arkansas Athletic Commission will test fighters for communicable diseases after learning a boxer with the virus that causes AIDS fought in the state last month.

Amida Care Condemns Tax Bill Undermining Access to Health Care

Amida Care Condemns Tax Bill Undermining Access to Health Care

Dec 7
The recently passed H.R.1 in the U.S. Senate and the House tax bill will cut taxes for large corporations and the extremely wealthy at the expense of hard-working Americans, especially people with HIV.

RI Foundation Awards $60K to LGBTQ Communities

RI Foundation Awards $60K to LGBTQ Communities

Dec 7
The Rhode Island Foundation announced 8 nonprofits received nearly $60,000 in grants through its Equity Action Fund.

Community Publication Says 'Hire Me! End AIDS with Jobs'

Community Publication Says 'Hire Me! End AIDS with Jobs'

Dec 6
Amida Care has published a special community publication, "Hire Me! End AIDS with Jobs," produced in partnership with many other community organizations.

MCC Palm Beach Gardens WAD with Mary Fisher Nets $7,400

MCC Palm Beach Gardens WAD with Mary Fisher Nets $7,400

Dec 6
Last Sunday, the Metropolitan Community Church of the Palm Beach Gardens observed World AIDS Day with special guest preacher Mary Fisher, raising more than $7,000.

Gilead Commits $100M to Study HIV in the South

Gilead Commits $100M to Study HIV in the South

Dec 5
Gilead launched the COMPASS (COMmitment to Partnership in Addressing HIV/AIDS in Southern States) Initiative, a 10-year, $100M commitment address HIV in the South.

The 29th Annual Gypsy of the Year Raises Funds for BC/EFA

The 29th Annual Gypsy of the Year Raises Funds for BC/EFA

Dec 4
Broadway's brightest will celebrate six weeks of dedicated fundraising in a spectacular showcase of songs and skits when the Gypsy of the Year competition returns December 4 and 5 to the New Amsterdam Theatre.

NMAC's 2nd Annual Biomedical HIV Prevention Summit Hits New Orleans

NMAC's 2nd Annual Biomedical HIV Prevention Summit Hits New Orleans

Dec 4
The annual Biomedical HIV Prevention Summit, organized by NMAC, opens today in New Orleans and runs through December 5.

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