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Secretary Alex Azar Mar 19
At this morning, I was glad to announce that is releasing final versions of guidances to support development of HIV medications – one for pediatric cases, and one for new forms of PrEP, with a special focus on long-acting formulations.
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Pedro Montenegro Mar 19
Bruce Richman’s speech at Session SS08 of of was great and will help Minority communities with stigma and address the public health emergency of HIV in our country.
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Prevention Access Mar 19
"Viral load does not equal Value" - on at
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TheBodyPRO Mar 28
Despite their socio-demographic challenges, Native Americans living with HIV are just as likely to adhere to antiretroviral treatment, research says.
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Positively Aware Mar 18
We all have a role to play in Getting to No New HIV Infections.
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Josh Robbins Mar 19
Hey, : Have you seen this short film? [Disclosure: I’m a for .]
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Mark Zezza Feb 5
Come by the poster session to say hello. Presenting on research on how payments from drug companies to doctors influenced opioid prescribing.
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Izzy Whittington Montgomery Feb 5
Sharing policy-relevant research from at this morning. Received helpful feedback and enjoyed discussions with other presenters and attendees.
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Christine Convery Mar 20
“We must reject the culture that allows the vulnerable to die”
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Laura Haderxhanaj Mar 19
Excited to learn about ’s awesome syringe vending machines in Nevada! They also include safe sex kits, wound care kits, & additional sharps container kits. Wish these vending machines were available throughout the USA.
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Eric D. Hargan Apr 1
Replying to @CDCDirector
At , highlighted data showing that about 80% of new U.S. infections were transmitted by people who did not know they had HIV or were not in care:
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Bruce Richman Mar 18
It’s pretty awesome to hear the head of the U.S. CDC Dr. Robert Redfield say with U=U on the screen behind him at the CDC National HIV Prevention Conference.
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Dr. Robert R. Redfield Mar 19
We have the tools that allow people with to live longer, healthier lives, and to stop new infections. We must take advantage of these tools, and we must apply them now to eliminate HIV. Science that sits on the shelf has no value.
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Jen (Henna) Howell Mar 19
We are the leaders to end so give us the real tools that are needed to ending the epidemic, . Also there are PLWH in this room. Honor them and don't talk like that experience isn't in this room.
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TCC Group Staff Mar 21
We need a women’s-centered approach to prevention, we need to re-educate ourselves on the history and trauma of black women. -Dr. Gail Wyatt
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Prevention Access Mar 19
So grateful to hear these panelists sharing stories about how has changed their lives and for their thoughts on how we get this message out to more communities
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Peyton Williams Mar 18
I will be at this year’s National Prevention Conference in Atlanta, presenting on Wednesday a poster on some process evaluation work we have done. Hope you see you all there!
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TCC Group Staff Mar 21
“If you tell a story enough times, you can figure out how you want it to end” - Cecilia Chung on storytelling
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Jackson Health System Mar 22
JMH's Chief of Emergency Medicine during the Prevention Conference: Our FOCUS Program implements a routine opt-out universal /HCV screening protocol in the ED, w/ linkage to care that results in overcoming the stigma.
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Bobby Kapur Mar 20
Shared Jackson Mem Hosp (JMH) Emerg Dept screening data at CDC National HIV Conf In Miami >26k with HIV & >1k new diagnoses/yr. JMH screened >42k patients & >1k HIV+. Majority linked to care & program reduces spread of HIV in Miami.
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