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HIV - AIDS

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  • Split decision in no-bid contract suit against county health agency

    Split decision in no-bid contract suit against county health agency
    Both sides are claiming victory in the latest flare-up between Los Angeles County and the AIDS Healthcare Foundation. In a March 7 decision, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Luis A. Lavin struck down the foundation's challenge to two county...
  • Man who posed as doctor to bilk patients gets five years in prison

    Man who posed as doctor to bilk patients gets five years in prison
    SAN DIEGO — A 52-year-old La Mesa man Friday was sentenced to five years in prison after being convicted of practicing medicine without a license and promising to cure patients of AIDS, cancer and other maladies. Desperate, terminally ill patients...
  • Spring arts 2014: Dance

    Spring arts 2014: Dance
    It's a full spring dance season, with national and international companies heading into town, a trend that continues well into summer. For the next three months, "diversity" is one watchword, with flamenco, contemporary ballet, modern dance and neo-...
  • L.A. nonprofits battling HIV/AIDS face funding cutoff

    L.A. nonprofits battling HIV/AIDS face funding cutoff
    Los AngelesĀ groups that provide testing, education and other services to prevent HIV/AIDS are facing at least three months without a crucial stream of city support -– an estimated gap of roughly $250,000, according to a city office that allocates...
  • 'Homo Poe Show' casts writer's works in a new light

    'Homo Poe Show' casts writer's works in a new light
    Edgar Allan Poe was a pretty open-minded guy. "I do not believe that any thought, properly so called," he once said, "is out of the reach of language." So this Baltimore favorite son presumably would have been cool with the "Homo Poe Show," which...
  • Broadway-scale 'Rent' will satisfy die-hards

    Broadway-scale 'Rent' will satisfy die-hards
    I have reviewed "Rent" at least 525,600 times, or so it feels. The vast majority of them have begun with some kind of lament for Jonathan Larson, its creator, who died in 1996 at the age of 35, headed, perchance, to glory and instead leaving far too few...
  • Social media editor, Business and Sports reporters announced

    Social media editor, Business and Sports reporters announced
    Announcing a promotion and two recent additions to The Times' staff: Stacey Leasca has been named social media editor. Stacey will work with Jimmy Orr to direct our social media strategy across the newsroom. She and her team will work with writers and...
  • Gravitas, 'Gravity' dominate

    Gravitas, 'Gravity' dominate
    Confounding the Oscar pundits who predicted levity over gravity, not to mention levity over “Gravity,” “12 Years a Slave” won the Academy Award on Sunday for best film of 2013. “Gravity,” by far the biggest popular...
  • Little sorrow seen as anti-gay preacher Phelps said to be near death

    Little sorrow seen as anti-gay preacher Phelps said to be near death
    Fred Phelps, Sr. -- the 84-year-old founder of one of the most-hated churches in America and possibly the world -- has been placed in hospice and could be at "the edge of death," according to an estranged son. The lack of public sorrow over this news...
  • Again, Christianity the last to get it right

    Eleven years ago, Richard Stearns went to Washington. Stearns -- president of World Vision, the billion-dollar Christian relief organization -- joined other faith leaders in lobbying Congress to spend $15 billion combating AIDS in Africa and the...
  • Health officials were slow to reveal meningitis deaths, advocates say

    Advocates from health organizations and the gay community criticized Los Angeles County officials Tuesday over their response to a recent cluster of meningitis cases that have led to the deaths of three young men. The county's Department of Public...