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Author Archives: Emily Newman

We’re closing the gap: New research on race/ethnic disparities in HIV treatment & viral suppression

We’re closing the gap: New research on race/ethnic disparities in HIV treatment & viral suppression

, by Emily Newman

People of color are getting better access to HIV treatment and care, but disparities still remain. Read More

AIDS in 1985, and today

AIDS in 1985, and today

, by Emily Newman

In honor of World AIDS Day, San Francisco AIDS Foundation staff share memories of what it was like to work for an AIDS service organization in the early days of the epidemic. Read More

How much eggnog is too much eggnog?

How much eggnog is too much eggnog?

, by Emily Newman

Glenn Ontiveros shares tips and advice on how to better manage how much alcohol you drink this holiday season. Read More

Raw sex: What the research says about risk when you’re undetectable

Raw sex: What the research says about risk when you’re undetectable

, by Emily Newman

Read why one man living with HIV doesn’t use condoms with his HIV-negative partner—and about research showing that risk of transmitting HIV is minimal. Read More

We asked Dr. Susan Buchbinder about the mafia, Getting to Zero, and being diagnosed with AIDS

We asked Dr. Susan Buchbinder about the mafia, Getting to Zero, and being diagnosed with AIDS

, by Emily Newman

This month, Dr. Sheran invited Susan Buchbinder, MD, director of Bridge HIV at the San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH), to give an update and answer questions about the Getting to Zero initiative in San Francisco—and more. Read More