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HIV Criminalization Laws Disproportionately Punish People of Color

HIV Criminalization Laws Disproportionately Punish People of Color

February 4, 2016, by

Being accused of not disclosing HIV before sex can carry harsh consequences, and racial disparities exist in prosecution and sentencing. Read More

David Malebranche, MD, MPH, on Changing the Narrative of Black Same-Gender Loving Men

David Malebranche, MD, MPH, on Changing the Narrative of Black Same-Gender Loving Men

February 4, 2016, by

In this Q&A, BETA asks about the Black Lives Matter movement and other ways to improve the health and wellbeing of Black same-gender loving men. Read More

We Aren’t the Sex Police: What PrEP Providers Say About Condoms & STIs

We Aren’t the Sex Police: What PrEP Providers Say About Condoms & STIs

January 29, 2016, by

PrEP use and STI infections are increasing. Is there a connection? Find out what four San Francisco PrEP providers think. Read More

Graduation Art Show Depicts Journey to Health

Graduation Art Show Depicts Journey to Health

January 26, 2016, by

Self-expression took center stage as Stonewall clients shared poetry and photography representing their changing relationships with drugs and alcohol. Read More

New Treatment Signals Hope for Long-Term HIV Suppression

New Treatment Signals Hope for Long-Term HIV Suppression

January 20, 2016, by

An antibody infusion suppressed HIV but didn’t eliminate it from viral reservoirs. Read More