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This segment of Access Houston we welcome W. Imara Canady, National Director of Community Engagement & Communications for AIDS Healthcare Foundation. AHF opened Houston’s first Out of the Closet Thrift Store in the Montrose District. The facility will also house a state-of-the-art AHF Pharmacy and administer confidential free, rapid, one-minute testing for HIV and other […]

Donald Trump's transition team is calling on Congress to fund the creation of a wall along the Mexican border as soon as April.

Dr. LaJoyce Brookshire shares the story of how she stayed with her husband after finding out he had AIDS but failed to tell her because he didn't want to die alone.

Prosecutors charged a Chicago-area personal trainer for transmitting the HIV virus to three women. The man allegedly knew for 15 years that he is HIV positive but did not warn the women.

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This past Saturday, I moderated the discussion on HIV/AIDS today during the #cupcakesandcondoms event. Much love to the incredible panelists Venita, Dena and Dr. Gullett. Also, shouts out to @lady_ge with her creative condom necklace! 😚 What a dynamic group of women in attendance! 

The unidentified man sustained a fractured spine and head injuries.

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#DiningOutForLife ALL OVER THE COUNTRY, ONE NIGHT!! And it’s TONIGHT! Join me TONIGHT, I’ll be at Tacos a Go Go in the Heights at 7pm – 2912 White Oak Drive! Whatever you order on the menu helps raise money for @aidshelphouston! So all you have to do is come eat! #FightAIDS Dont want tacos? Click […]

Smollett shared that although many people believe that contracting HIV/AIDS is a thing of the past, the issue is alive and well and it is affecting the lives of millions of people.

In reality, the Reagan administration wanted nothing to do with the disease, waiting six years after the epidemic hit to even address it in a speech.

During his final State of the Union address last month to a joint session of Congress in Washington, D.C., President Barack Obama said that the U.S. is on track to eliminate new HIV/AIDS transmissions by 2020.

When she was first diagnosed with HIV, Vuyiseka Dubula was just an impoverished, 22-year-old Black woman living in a Cape Town township who couldn't afford her own medication. Now she's one of Africa's most fearless warriors in the fight against HIV. Here's her story.