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Nearly One-Fifth of People on Atripla End Up Switching

Nearly One-Fifth of People on Atripla End Up Switching

October 18, 2012, by

Insomnia, nightmares, dizziness, anxiety, and depression drove some to seek other HIV treatment regimens in one recent study. Read More

Ask a Policy Wonk: At Stake for People with HIV in the 2012 Election?

Ask a Policy Wonk: At Stake for People with HIV in the 2012 Election?

October 16, 2012, by

With the November 6 presidential election fast approaching, BETA sat down with San Francisco AIDS Foundation’s own Ernest Hopkins and Courtney Mulhern-Pearson for an eye-opening Q&A. Read More

National Latino AIDS Awareness Day

National Latino AIDS Awareness Day

October 15, 2012, by

Today BETA honors the history of San Francisco AIDS Foundation's Latino Programs—including El Grupo de Apoyo Latino, the country’s first support group for HIV-positive Latinos. Read More

HIV & Aging: Research and Community Perspectives

HIV & Aging: Research and Community Perspectives

October 11, 2012, by

Looking for research news and community perspectives on HIV and aging? Read this report-back from a recent San Francisco public forum. Read More

Starting HIV Meds Cuts Risk of Non-AIDS Illnesses

Starting HIV Meds Cuts Risk of Non-AIDS Illnesses

October 10, 2012, by

New research suggests beginning antiretroviral therapy lowers the risk of non-AIDS-related conditions such as depression and kidney disease. Read More