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Chelsea Clinton Feb 6
President Trump wants to end . He could: reverse HIV/AIDS budget cuts & increase funding; embrace evidence-based age-appropriate sex ed; expand funding to PrEP; support Medicaid expansion, safe needle exchanges & local public health depts; respect LGBTQ Americans.
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John Michael Jones Sep 2
❤️ Rest In Power, you are never forgotten ❤️🙏🏻
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Angie Six Aug 30
I was in 7th grade 9 miles away in 1987. ’s struggle and the compassion of the Hamilton Heights community made a profound impact on me at a critical age.
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Andis Robeznieks Sep 2
ICYMI: Some fine storytelling here by about Indiana community remembering their classmate & friend
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Dr. Paul Aug 26
On this day in 1985, 13 y/o AIDS patient (1971-1990) began "attending" classes at Western Middle School in , Indiana, via a telephone hook-up at his home. School officials-under pressure from parents & teachers-had barred Ryan from attending classes in person.
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ChiPublicHealth Aug 30
CDPH in partnership with released new guidelines for delegate agencies that provide core medical and support services to people living with HIV through the Part A program. Learn more and download the guidelines:
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Jessica Hayes Aug 30
The gym at Hamilton Heights is filling up ahead of the dedication for the Ryan White Historical Marker. ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦
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Dani Dobbins Aug 30
Such an inspiration played a key role in educating and demonstrating compassion with not only in our community but in Indiana and the nation.
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amfAR Apr 8
On this date in 1990: teenage activist dies of AIDS-related illness at age 18. White, a hemophiliac who acquired through a blood transfusion, became a public face of the fight against AIDS and its related stigma.
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Adam C Lake MD Aug 21
Replying to @PettyHomoMD
60min for new, 30min for follow up. clinic
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Dani Dobbins Aug 30
Hearing share his memories of the brave & his time at HHHS. Thank you for being the spearhead of compassion in our community. This Ripple Effect is still making an impact!
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HIV.gov Apr 8
was diagnosed with AIDS at age 13. He and his mom advocated for his right to attend school and fought AIDS-related discrimination. In 1990, Congress passed the bill that bears his name. Today, we remember his legacy.
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Assemblywoman Connie Munk 04 Dec 6
Ryan died of after a long fight today in 1990. Because of him, we have the Ryan White CARE Act to help people living with HIV & AIDS today. He brought the fight against the stigma of AIDS to the forefront. He left behind a legacy of care.
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Gregory Louganis Dec 6
Even more true today. What a hero was, and will always be.
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Kaiser Family Foundation Jun 16
Nearly half (46%) of people with HIV rely on the program for outpatient care and support services. This includes most (82%) of the uninsured as well as many (41%) with health insurance.
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Anita Pittman McMillan Dec 1
was the first Hemophilia that was infected which prompted his mother Jennie White to alert the CDC and others with Hemophilia that had Hemophilia had to be infected. Everytime I injected myself and my so with the life savings factor it was like playing Russin Rulette
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Kindred Motes Apr 8
Today, I’m remembering , whose life touched millions & raised awareness about HIV/AIDS. To many, Ryan gave a face to an illness. As my friend said recently, Ryan helped her realize she could help effect change. Small acts of courage spur movements.
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Eric Berman Aug 30
A permanent commemoration of 's life and legacy now stands outside the school which welcomed him in 1987 after a 3-year court battle which had a global impact on the perception of :
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CDC HIV/AIDS Dec 12
New report out today shows 85.9% viral suppression rate among clients.
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Paul Britton Mar 22
While "On Demand" dosing has been proven to be more effective than not using PrEP...there is still increased risk. At Harborview, a funded clinic; I'm continuously challenged on whether I had any lapses in taking PrEP. Take it daily for 99% protection.
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