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Author Archives: San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Young African-American Gay, Bi, and Trans Men Find Family and More at DREAAM

Young African-American Gay, Bi, and Trans Men Find Family and More at DREAAM

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Home-cooked meals and free HIV testing, peer support and help finding housing: Young men of color access these and more with a program whose motto is “When you’re here, you’re home.” Read More

Fewer Pills Means Better Adherence and Viral Suppression, Analysis Finds

Fewer Pills Means Better Adherence and Viral Suppression, Analysis Finds

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

New research highlights the benefits of reducing pill burden to boost adherence and suppress HIV. Read More

Potential New Target Discovered for Future HIV Drugs

Potential New Target Discovered for Future HIV Drugs

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

A snapshot of how HIV hijacks human cells has scientists envisioning new HIV therapies. Read More

Booster Shots Needed for People with HIV?

Booster Shots Needed for People with HIV?

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

People living with HIV have a reduced long-term response to hepatitis vaccines and other shots, new research says. What does this mean for you? Read More

Webinar: High-Impact Prevention in the Latino Community

Webinar: High-Impact Prevention in the Latino Community

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

What is “high-impact prevention” for HIV? How can programming around strategies like PrEP benefit the Latino community? Get answers in this free webinar on January 29. Read More