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High rates of undiagnosed infection among Black trans women

High rates of undiagnosed infection among Black trans women

, by Emily Land

New research shows low rates of HIV diagnosis among Black trans women, but high rates of treatment among those who know their status. Read More

Reducing meth use improves depression in people living with HIV

Reducing meth use improves depression in people living with HIV

, by Jeremy Prillwitz

Jeremy Prillwitz, MA, LAADC, explains the findings from a study of meth use and depression, and gives tips for people who want to manage, reduce or change their use. Read More

Strut evaluation report: More diversity, improved outcomes, and more room to grow

Strut evaluation report: More diversity, improved outcomes, and more room to grow

, by Jen Hecht, MPH

A new evaluation shows expanding services and more services provided to priority communities. But, improvements can be made in some areas. Read More

What it’s like to provide HIV care to people without housing

What it’s like to provide HIV care to people without housing

, by Emily Land

Erin Collins works with clients who struggle to meet their most basic needs find innovative ways to stay engaged in HIV care. Read More

How the myth about opioids and chronic pain affects people living with HIV

How the myth about opioids and chronic pain affects people living with HIV

, by Emily Land

Jessica Merlin, MD, PhD, answers our questions about long-term opiate therapy for people living with HIV experiencing chronic pain. Read More