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Getting to Zero SF: Ending HIV must address racial inequity

Getting to Zero SF: Ending HIV must address racial inequity

, by Emily Land

Community members and public health experts discussed the need to create meaningful involvement and leadership from the Black community at a meeting in San Francisco. 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 Land

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

To get to zero HIV infections, San Francisco needs to help the homeless

To get to zero HIV infections, San Francisco needs to help the homeless

, by Emily Land

What is San Francisco doing to help homeless people who are HIV-positive get into, and stay, in care? Read More

Getting to Zero: How San Francisco is Making Progress

Getting to Zero: How San Francisco is Making Progress

, by Emily Land

Last year, PrEP, rapid treatment, health navigation and anti-stigma initiatives all made strides. Read More