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Phill Wilson: Still Answering the Black AIDS Call at 60 Years-old

The first cases of what became HIV/AIDS hit the news on June 5, 1981. Soon, Phill Wilson, then just 25, and his new boyfriend...

Brothers United Looks to Honor Community during World Aids Day

Brothers United is Indiana’s only African American AIDS Serving Organization that focuses on the LGBT Community. Annually, Brothers United provides vital services to over...

GET TESTED ON NATIONAL HIV TESTING DAY, JUNE 27

The question is easy.  The answer perhaps not so much.  Have you been tested for HIV? Saturday, June 27 marks the 20th annual National HIV...

Free STD Testing at Planned Parenthood April 20-25

Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky (PPINK) announced today that it will offer free STD and HIV tests at participating health centers April 20-25 as part...

People are ‘called to action’ at state HIV awareness event

INDIANAPOLIS—Singer and HIV activist Jamar Rogers spoke recently at the 9th Annual Statewide HIV Awareness Program at Crispus Attucks Medical Magnet School, in an...

Florida city grapples with fear and denial

Editor's note: This week, CNN Health's team is taking a close look at the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the Southeast with a series leading up...

HIV/AIDS – taking it to the streets

Last year Blacks saw some tremendous advances in the fight against HIV/AIDS, including long-awaited scientific breakthroughs that may soon help prevent HIV, but also...

HIV/AIDS – taking it to the streets

Last year Blacks saw some tremendous advances in the fight against HIV/AIDS, including long-awaited scientific breakthroughs that may soon help prevent HIV, but also...

Programs help prevent HIV/AIDS

It is true that due to extensive research and money dedicated solely to finding a cure to HIV/AIDS, people with the condition are living...
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