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HIV - AIDS

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  • W. Indiana HIV patient charged with not warning sex partners

    A western Indiana man with HIV faces 16 criminal charges for allegedly having sex with four women without warning them he had the virus that can cause AIDS, authorities said Monday. Indiana State Police charged Isiah Christopher Benford, 31, of Terre...
  • As people with HIV live longer, aging presents challenges

    As people with HIV live longer, aging presents challenges
    It's been 30 years since Greg Sanchez was diagnosed with HIV, the human immunodeficiency virus that causes AIDS, and he keeps his more than two dozen bottles of pills and other medications on his wooden nightstand so he can get to them easily. But he...
  • DIFFA's 27th Imagine Ball raises nearly $500,000 to fight AIDS

     DIFFA's 27th Imagine Ball raises nearly $500,000 to fight AIDS
    Stormy weather and a Chicago Blackhawks playoff game didn't deter more than 600 supporters from attending The DIFFA/Chicago Believe 2015 Gala: The Imagine Ball. This 27th annual fundraiser for Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS/Chicago was held...
  • After traveling the world, L.A. artist Mark Bradford gets a solo show in his hometown

    After traveling the world, L.A. artist Mark Bradford gets a solo show in his hometown
    Seated on scaffolding high above the floor of the Hammer Museum, Mark Bradford runs his hand along the grooved outline of a two-story map of the United States. Patches of brilliant pinks, various hues of blue and earthy olives peek out from where the...
  • Louisville needle swap aims to stop repeat of nearby HIV, hepatitis C outbreaks

    Louisville needle swap aims to stop repeat of nearby HIV, hepatitis C outbreaks
    A trio of deadly afflictions is ripping through a rural county in southern Indiana. More than 130 patients in Scott County, Ind., tested positive for HIV in less than a year, making the community of about 24,000 people the site of one of the worst...
  • County backs drug for HIV prevention, but health officials have concerns

    County backs drug for HIV prevention, but health officials have concerns
    It's been nearly three years since the federal government approved Truvada, a daily pill hailed nationally as a miracle drug because it can prevent HIV infections. But until this week, Los Angeles County hadn't begun to spread the word and distribute...
  • New offices for men's health care facility; HIV care center now opened

    New offices for men's health care facility; HIV care center now opened
    NuMale Medical Center has opened new offices in The Villages at 8640 E. County Rd. 466, Suite A. Led by Dr. Christopher Asandra, the practice provides comprehensive medical care for men, addressing conditions such as erectile dysfunction, low testosterone...
  • Open Door Clinic opens a new headquarters in Elgin

    Open Door Clinic opens a new headquarters in Elgin
    For 37 years, the Open Door Clinic was up on the sixth floor of the old Professional Building in downtown Elgin, giving the people who came to it for help with syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia and HIV/AIDS a low-profile place to seek treatment. But as...
  • L.A. County planning to distribute controversial HIV-prevention drug

    L.A. County planning to distribute controversial HIV-prevention drug
    Los Angeles County supervisors voted Tuesday to develop a plan to distribute a controversial HIV-prevention drug to county residents at high risk of contracting the virus. Truvada combines two drugs that have been part of the anti-retroviral cocktail...
  • Feds put their money on OraSure's rapid Ebola test

    Feds put their money on OraSure's rapid Ebola test
    The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has agreed to commit up to $10.4 million to help fund OraSure Technologies' experimental rapid Ebola test. The deal is a big win for the Bethlehem company and will be enough to fund test development...
  • Linking released inmates to health care

    WASHINGTON Joe Calderon faced uncomfortably high odds of dying after his release from a California prison in 2010. According to one study, his chances of dying within two weeks especially from a drug overdose, heart disease, homicide or suicide were...