This National Black AIDS Awareness Day, actress Gloria Reuben says it’s the perfect time for us to recommit ourselves to defeating the AIDS epidemic here at home, as it continues to strike some of the most vulnerable members of our society.
While criminalizing HIV transmission is appealing to some governments, it actually undermines public health goals and violates the rights of people living with HIV.
Will Mark Dybul really stay on as Obama’s Global AIDS Coordinator? And if he does, will his new boss push him to listen to the evidence on prevention?
Global gag rule, conscience rule, ban on stem cell funding on the chopping block in new administration’s first days; PEPFAR: good on access to treatment, failure on prevention; George W. Bush the “most pro-life President ever”?
Expert sources consulted for “Untold Consequences” underscored that while there is no known direct funding link between Saddleback and PEPFAR, the key question is which of the organizations and churches in various countries affiliated with Saddleback have received funding from PEPFAR.
Rick Warren’s AIDS work in Africa supposed to negate his anti-gay and anti-choice advocacy. But Warren’s AIDS activism is nearly as troubling as the rest of his ideology.
Will President-Elect Obama keep Mark Dybul on as Global AIDS Coordinator, when Dybul has supported ideological restrictions on prevention funding?
This week the FDA will decide whether to recommend approval of the second generation female condom. You can sign on to a letter in support of approval.
Debate over abortion shifts to debate over rights of health care workers; anti-choice movement not to blame for 2008 Republican electoral losses?; Obama can reshape federal courts; Indian ashram rejects woman living with HIV.
PEPFAR presents the President-Elect both opportunities and challenges. The 2008 bill authorizes dramatic increases in funding for treatment and care. But the controversial policies supported by the Bush administration are still in place.