AIDSVu Recognizes National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day
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AIDSVu Recognizes National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day

Today on National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day (NLAAD), AIDSVu highlights the disproportionate impact of HIV on Hispanic/Latinx persons in the United States, as well as the ongoing need for inclusive and representative HIV services. To this end, AIDSVu is proud to release infographics in both Spanish and English, in partnership with the Latino Commission on...

October 15, 2019September 10, 2020by
Vu Q&A: Guillermo Chacon on HIV/AIDS in the Latinx Community
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Vu Q&A: Guillermo Chacon on HIV/AIDS in the Latinx Community

Guillermo Chacón is the President of the Latino Commission on AIDS (the Commission). He also founded the Hispanic Health Network and played a key role in the creation of National Latino AIDS Awareness Day (NLAAD) Q: You have been with the Latino Commission on AIDS for more than 24 years. What motivated you to get...

October 15, 2019October 15, 2019by
The U.S. Congress Recently Recognized “U=U.” Here’s How It Happened.
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The U.S. Congress Recently Recognized “U=U.” Here’s How It Happened.

In a major step forward for HIV vaccine research, the U.S. research agency will partner with a pharmaceutical company on a large-scale, advanced-stage clinical study on an HIV vaccine. If the trial is successful, the vaccine may become the first ever to be approved for HIV prevention. But the rise of PrEP has created unexpected...

October 9, 2019October 9, 2019by
Post A Selfie For This HIV Anti-Stigma Photo Campaign
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Post A Selfie For This HIV Anti-Stigma Photo Campaign

Positively Aware‘s “A Day with HIV” anti-stigma photo campaign is taking place today. The campaign captures 24 hours in the lives of people affected by HIV stigma, which impacts everyone regardless of age, race, or status. The social media-driven campaign, now in its tenth year, is an opportunity for people to share a moment of their...

October 9, 2019October 9, 2019by