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CA Legislature to Make PrEP More Accessible

HIV preventative medication could become more easily accessible thanks to Senate Bill 159 –  a piece of legislature that authorize pharmacists to...

COLUMN: HIV Status in America

The Wall Las Memorias Project, Richard Zaldivar: Trump Administration Takes One Step Forward, Two Steps Back On HIV Monuments...

Second Person with HIV Potentially Cured

What was once essentially a death sentence, now has hope for a cure. A second person has been confirmed HIV-free earlier this week after...

5 of the Best Local Queer Shops to Visit on Small...

Trailing Thanksgiving are two more important holidays. That’s right, Black Friday and Small Business Saturday. With all the deals, discounts and more more moreness...

Fighting HIV in the Latino Community of Los Angeles

The Latino community of Los Angeles makes up nearly half of new HIV diagnoses. To spread awareness and honor Dia de Los Muertos, AltaMed...

What L.A. is doing for National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day

The LGBTQ+ Latinx community is at higher risk for HIV than the rest of the Latinx community, and the Latino Commission on AIDS is...

A Look at the first AIDS Unit in WeHo in Honor...

A documentary tells the stories and experiences of those on the ground floor of the AIDS Unit at Cedars Sinai Hospital in the '90s.  By Elijah...

CALENDAR DAY – National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day: Important Sexual...

The AIDS Institute wants you to know that age is not a condom. Tuesday, Sept. 18 is the 10th anniversary of National HIV/AIDS and...

Photos: The AIDS/LifeCycle Ride Makes Orange Great Again

Bikers make their way from San Francisco to L.A. in their finest Orange attire for Orange Safety Day.

AIDS History in WeHo

A reading of “Patient Zero and the Making of the AIDS Epidemic” comes to West Hollywood.

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