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CDC HIV/AIDS Dec 10
: share our fact sheet on ways to reduce internalized -related stigma among your patients:
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CDC HIV/AIDS Dec 4
Southern states account for 38% of the U.S. population but make up 51% of annual infections. To address this, CDC provided $214M in funding to the South in 2017.
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Avricore Health 5m
self-testing strategies have been recommended by since 2016, as they empower people to find out HIV their status at their convenience. Knowing your results early on can be vital in the treatment process and also for one's peace of mind:
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HRSA 1m
Bureau Associate Administrator Dr. Cheever - continues to reach most vulnerable people living w/ in the nation.
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NIAID News 14m
News: to fund collaborations with Centers for AIDS Research to test new ways of implementing prevention and care in communities across the U.S. south, where HIV rates are high.
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Paul Scott 18s
Dr. Laura Cheever - we STILL need to reach the 400k HIV persons not engaged in care to increase health outcomes for all.
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Lundi Anne 16m
Met with some highly motivated psychosocial counsellors at the treatment centre in Akonolinga - Center region of and got more information on challenges faced in . Pertinent recommendations were made to improve on performance.
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Dr. Melissa Bird 19h
We knew this was coming. We knew this was coming. We knew this was coming.
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NEJM Dec 10
A 29-year-old man with presented with fever and abdominal pain. CT scan of the abdomen revealed a ring-enhancing hepatic lesion, and a polymerase-chain-reaction assay of stool confirmed infection with Entamoeba histolytica.
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AIDSinfo 1h
Meet the team members who help people with stay healthy:
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NIH OAR 1h
OAR scientists are attending the National Ryan White Conference happening now! This year’s theme is “Catalyzing Success: Advancing Innovation. Leveraging Data. Ending the Epidemic. Check out for live tweets.
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Kate McManus 6h
. discusses that language matters at the Clinical Conference. Should we be talking about retention in care? Probably not. The more patient-centered idea/term is engagement in care.
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GlobalHealth.ie 2h
Leaving no-one behind means reaching the furthest behind first - Nicola Brennan of tells us how important it is to reduce inequalities to reduce
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Harm Reduction Int'l 10h
The Global State of is out! Our most comprehensive mapping ever of harm reduction around the 🌍 includes tons of info. across 9 regional chapters on prevention, , , responses to amphetamine use + more ➡️
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Rick Guasco Dec 10
A spoonful of my medication.
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Kate McManus 4h
Pearl from the Clinical Conference: ~20% of people newly diagnosed with are at risk for developing an opportunistic infection.
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Dana-Farber Dec 6
., diagnosed with hemophilia at 13 months old, shares how hospitals & doctors ignited his drive to become a physician, and how his diagnoses with , hepatitis C, and treatment complications did not stop him from having a family and career.
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Breda Gahan 3h
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HetHive.com Dec 7
Being + is not easy in this world. Said one member last night. I didn't know what to reply.
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Impact Marketing 24h
Earn free from with a new webinar series based on grant-- NYCHealthSystem & present, Culturally Appropriate Engagement and Service Delivery with Latino/as to Enhance Linkage and Retention to HIV Primary Care
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