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By AIDS Walk South Dallas
J. Anderson Lester, S. Evan Lester, Avita Pharmacy, Original Cupcakery and In Da Flow TV presents the AIDS Walk South Dallas 5th Anniversary Launch Party. Hosted by the Dallas Black Dance Theater

By DeKalb Community Service Board
DeKalb Community Service Board’s HIV Counselor Margaret Renfroe currently holds the record for administering the most number of HIV tests in the state of Georgia.

By Baila Society
Celebrate Baila Society's 5th Year Anniversary of Bailando Por Una Causa Featuring Salsa, African, Contemporary, Flamenco, Tango, Latin Funk, HipHop and more

By myLAB Box
Pioneering Startup myLAB Empowers Users to Take Control of Their Health by Screening for Major STDs Anytime and Anywhere; Sets New Standard (and Attitude) for Safe Sex

By Franciscan Friars of the Atonement
Spiritual guide to the Putnam County's AIDs task force honored for his decades-long commitment to helping those with HIV/AIDs

By Cayman AIDS Foundation
The Cayman AIDS Foundation is seeking to appoint seven new board members to ensure the capacity and skill set needed to oversee the next phase of important work in the HIV field. The roles are unpaid voluntary positions.

By The Campbell Foundation
The Campbell Foundation, a Fort Lauderdale-based nonprofit organization dedicated to funding HIV/AIDS research, is pleased to announce the appointment of Gerald “Jerry” Nicklas to its Board of Directors. Mr.

By ArtWorks, The Naomi Cohain Foundation
NEW YORK, NY – Having worked together for many years, ArtWorks, The Naomi Cohain Foundation, and Incarnation Children Center (ICC) are expanding their collaboration.

By Australasian Society for HIV Medicine
Clear and strong demand from within the Australian aged care sector has led to the development of a resource for aged care workers who are increasingly working with people living with HIV.

By The Campbell Foundation
One of the major challenges in the battle to eradicate AIDS has been the inability to target dormant HIV viruses.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
A new, validated software-based method for identifying patients with newly diagnosed HIV using electronic medical records (EMRs) is described in AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses.

By I AM KECIA J
An untold story about a young girl who wanted the American dream, but contracted the AIDS virus at 22 instead.

By Kecia J.
Join Author of "Dying To Be DIVA," Kecia J. as she gives you exclusive moments from her survival story and inspires you to stop the stigma against HIV/AIDS through music and entertainment.

By GenericsWeb
GenericsWeb, the leader in established pharmaceutical patent analysis and searching, recently published an article on Ziagen (Abacavir) based on information from its flagship product Ark Patent Intelligence.

By Legacy Counseling Center
Legacy Counseling Center brings largest conference for women living with HIV/AIDS in the nation back to Dallas to Support, Educate and Empower

By Campbell Foundation
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, March. 18, 2014 – Dr. Ana Puga, medical director of the Comprehensive Family AIDS Program at the Children's Diagnostic and Treatment Center in Fort Lauderdale, was the keynote speaker at a recent fundraising event for The Campbell...

By The Brown Dance Project
The Brown Dance Project (The BDP) Announces the Launch of an Online Book Project Supporting the HIV Education Dance MODULE (2013), Receives Funding for A New HIV Education Dance Residency, and Names Johnnie R.

By Legacy Counseling Center
Second annual PositiviTEA event includes a fashion show produced by El Centro College Fashion Marketing students that features looks from both local and nationally renowned designers and modeled by the ladies of the Grace Project; Nicolas Villalba to...

By Globe1234
Medicare now pays 369 medical groups to reduce spending on their patients. Medicare gives each group half of any money it saves, so the groups have an incentive to reduce expensive care, such as chemotherapy, HIV therapies, or transplants. Dr.

By First Edition Design
Life Don't Have To End, by Cricket Barrazotto, is a provocative and powerful must read of real stories and images from HIV positive men and women.

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By AIDS Walk South Dallas
J. Anderson Lester, S. Evan Lester, Avita Pharmacy, Original Cupcakery and In Da Flow TV presents the AIDS Walk South Dallas 5th Anniversary Launch Party. Hosted by the Dallas Black Dance Theater

By DeKalb Community Service Board
DeKalb Community Service Board’s HIV Counselor Margaret Renfroe currently holds the record for administering the most number of HIV tests in the state of Georgia.

By Baila Society
Celebrate Baila Society's 5th Year Anniversary of Bailando Por Una Causa Featuring Salsa, African, Contemporary, Flamenco, Tango, Latin Funk, HipHop and more

By myLAB Box
Pioneering Startup myLAB Empowers Users to Take Control of Their Health by Screening for Major STDs Anytime and Anywhere; Sets New Standard (and Attitude) for Safe Sex

By Franciscan Friars of the Atonement
Spiritual guide to the Putnam County's AIDs task force honored for his decades-long commitment to helping those with HIV/AIDs

By Cayman AIDS Foundation
The Cayman AIDS Foundation is seeking to appoint seven new board members to ensure the capacity and skill set needed to oversee the next phase of important work in the HIV field. The roles are unpaid voluntary positions.

By The Campbell Foundation
The Campbell Foundation, a Fort Lauderdale-based nonprofit organization dedicated to funding HIV/AIDS research, is pleased to announce the appointment of Gerald “Jerry” Nicklas to its Board of Directors. Mr.

By ArtWorks, The Naomi Cohain Foundation
NEW YORK, NY – Having worked together for many years, ArtWorks, The Naomi Cohain Foundation, and Incarnation Children Center (ICC) are expanding their collaboration.

By HIV Foundation Queensland
iFactory-built website unveiled at 2014 International AIDS Conference – HIV Foundation Queensland

By Australasian Society for HIV Medicine
Clear and strong demand from within the Australian aged care sector has led to the development of a resource for aged care workers who are increasingly working with people living with HIV.

By The Campbell Foundation
One of the major challenges in the battle to eradicate AIDS has been the inability to target dormant HIV viruses.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
A new, validated software-based method for identifying patients with newly diagnosed HIV using electronic medical records (EMRs) is described in AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses.

By I AM KECIA J
An untold story about a young girl who wanted the American dream, but contracted the AIDS virus at 22 instead.

By b condoms
b condoms today announced its support for HIV testing initiatives and events taking place today in recognition of National HIV Testing Day, held each year on June 27th.

By Kecia J.
Join Author of "Dying To Be DIVA," Kecia J. as she gives you exclusive moments from her survival story and inspires you to stop the stigma against HIV/AIDS through music and entertainment.

By GenericsWeb
GenericsWeb, the leader in established pharmaceutical patent analysis and searching, recently published an article on Ziagen (Abacavir) based on information from its flagship product Ark Patent Intelligence.

By Jimbeau Hinson
29 Years After 6-months-to-live Prognosis – Love Has Been Jimbeau Hinson’s Strong Medicine

By Legacy Counseling Center
Legacy Counseling Center brings largest conference for women living with HIV/AIDS in the nation back to Dallas to Support, Educate and Empower

By Campbell Foundation
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, March. 18, 2014 – Dr. Ana Puga, medical director of the Comprehensive Family AIDS Program at the Children's Diagnostic and Treatment Center in Fort Lauderdale, was the keynote speaker at a recent fundraising event for The Campbell...

By The Brown Dance Project
The Brown Dance Project (The BDP) Announces the Launch of an Online Book Project Supporting the HIV Education Dance MODULE (2013), Receives Funding for A New HIV Education Dance Residency, and Names Johnnie R.

By Legacy Counseling Center
Second annual PositiviTEA event includes a fashion show produced by El Centro College Fashion Marketing students that features looks from both local and nationally renowned designers and modeled by the ladies of the Grace Project; Nicolas Villalba to...

By Globe1234
Medicare now pays 369 medical groups to reduce spending on their patients. Medicare gives each group half of any money it saves, so the groups have an incentive to reduce expensive care, such as chemotherapy, HIV therapies, or transplants. Dr.

By First Edition Design
Life Don't Have To End, by Cricket Barrazotto, is a provocative and powerful must read of real stories and images from HIV positive men and women.

By PRN.FM
On December 2, 2013 president Obama marked the 25th Anniversary of World AIDS Day by pledging $100 million to research on finding a cure for HIV. Discussing his new push for funding, Obama remarked that "The United States should be at the forefront..

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Contact: Vicki Cohn, Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., (914) 740-2100, ext.

By The Campbell Foundation
Organizations around the country receive $2,500 each for HIV/AIDS services

By IV Charis HIV/AIDS Outreach & Testing Org.
Event Features Cincinnati Native’s Award Winning AIDS Awareness Docu-concert Film

By Smart + Strong
For the first time, each individual on the list is living with HIV. The stories focus on 'unsung heroes' on the front lines fighting HIV/AIDS.

By Rasberrirose Foundation Inc.
Charlotte author and HIV advocate was told she was HIV positive, she later learned she had an AIDS diagnoses during her 23-day hospitalization January of 2004. Even though the doctors had given up on her she did not and neither did God.

By Marketinfo Research
According to the WHO, the earlier initiation of ART is going to have a positive impact on the HIV market, increasing the number of people eligible for therapy from 17 million to 26 million (WHO, 2013).

By Different Roads Home
Tickets on Sale for Benefit in Honor of the organization’s Jeanne White-Ginder Food Pantry

By Let's Kill HIV
We are a team of Naturopathic doctors, scientists, and researchers coming to a solution to kill the HIV virus in the human body. We don't practice traditional Western or mainstream medicine. We practice alternative, natural, and holistic medicine.

By AIDS Walk South Dallas
Dallas, TX. September 2, 2013 – On Thursday, September 5 from 6:00PM to 8:30PM, the Gossip Bar at the Hilton Anatole Dallas will host the AIDS Walk South Dallas Official Launch Party.

By HUMAN INTONATION
On Monday, August 19, 2013 attendees and special guests gathered to support premium, unisex apparel brand, HUMAN INTONATION’s five year anniversary of raising awareness for social and human rights.

By Human Intonation
NEW YORK – Premium, unisex apparel brand, Human Intonation, celebrates five years of raising awareness for social and human rights issues with "For the LOVE of LIFE: HUMAN INTONATION”, a fashion presentation and fundraiser to promote HIV/AIDS...

By Sedia Biosciences Corp
Strategic China partner to aid in access to new international markets for the company’s epidemiological and diagnostic products.

By Legacy Counseling Center
Crooner Vince Martinez returns in a beautiful new venue; evening features complimentary wine and a three-course catered meal by Wendy Krispin.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Why women, and especially women of color, are so poorly represented in HIV drug trials is the focus of an important article in AIDS Patient Care and STDs.

By NDA Productions,LLC
Coming to blow you away Winter 2013 New HIV/AIDS Film : Genre: Fictional Drama For more info CONTACT: NDA PRODUCTIONS, LLC Producer: Nicole Dennison  - 678  823 5107 Executive Producer:  Reginald Johnson  - 301 580 8507 I THOUGHT YOU..

By Sedia Biosciences Corporation
The Sedia™ HIV-1 Limiting Antigen Avidity Enzyme Immunoassay, a powerful new tool in the global fight against HIV, measures the maturation of the immune response to identify recent HIV infections among those already identified as positive.

By HIV Workshop
For 10 years now, an international workshop has been launched in order to study the mechanisms of HIV persistence in viral reservoirs and ways to eradicate HIV in patients on potent antiretroviral therapy. Its next edition is scheduled in Miami...

By NorCal Press
Talent to incubate artistic creations on ostrich eggs and beyond; generate funds to help keep 388 babies HIV free since 1996

By Hema Diagnostic Systems Panama
HEMA DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEMS ANNOUNCES THE AVAILABILITY OF A NEW RAPID DUAL DIAGNOSTIC TEST FOR TYPHOID IgG/IgM Panama City, Republic of Panama- January 2013 – Hema Diagnostic Systems (HDS) announced today the availability of a new rapid Typhoid IgG/IgM...

By The Institute for Public Health Innovation (IPHi)
The Institute for Public Health Innovation Launches Model HIV/AIDS Care Program in Prince George’s County, Maryland

By Biologix Solutions LLC
Kentucky Cabinet for Health & Family Services Approves Biologix Solutions HIV 2 Hour Online Course for All Healthcare Professionals Seeking License in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

By Walter Sisulu University
After two years of Walter Sisulu University's extensive work on effectively setting up its HIV/Aids Research Unit to meet the required standards in terms of resources which include staff and laboratories, the unit led by Professor Jimmy Chandia is ready..

By Legacy Counseling Center, Inc.
Grant keeps new highly successful program that provides immediate mental health and substance services for HIV-positive individuals up and running after larger than expected increase in clients threatened agency's financial stability.

By www.testhiv.de
Though it is not possible to diagnose HIV or AIDS on the basis on symptoms alone, some symptoms are clear indicators of the infection.

By Yankee Public Relations
Arnold spearheaded an effort with Rutgers Chemistry Professors Roger A. Jones, Ronald M. Levy and Joseph Marcotrigiano, that has gained a five-year grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences

By smooth media
Radio Personality King Pharaoh radio host of Hype underground, announced Thursday he is HIV Positive the virus that cause AIDS.



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