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51% reduction in San Francisco HIV infections since 2012

51% reduction in San Francisco HIV infections since 2012

, by Emily Land

The number of HIV infections in San Francisco continues to decline, but disparities remain among people who are homeless, people who use drugs, African Americans and Latinos. Read More

New data from CDC show young MSM, Black MSM, and Hispanic/Latino MSM most at-risk for undiagnosed HIV in the U.S.

New data from CDC show young MSM, Black MSM, and Hispanic/Latino MSM most at-risk for undiagnosed HIV in the U.S.

, by Emily Land

Racial and ethnic disparities are apparent in new data on HIV incidence, prevalence and undiagnosed infection. Read More

No decrease in HIV infections among gay men per CDC data; More PrEP coverage needed

No decrease in HIV infections among gay men per CDC data; More PrEP coverage needed

, by Emily Land

Every year for the last 5 years, about 26,000 gay men contracted HIV in the U.S. For PrEP to make a dent in this number, increasing coverage to people who may benefit from PrEP must be a priority. Read More

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 Land

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

15% of gay men in the U.S. living with HIV, estimate researchers

15% of gay men in the U.S. living with HIV, estimate researchers

, by Emily Land

New data show the disproportionate burden of HIV among men who have sex with men in the South. Read More