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For Cancer Patients With HIV, Immunotherapy Appears Safe

For Cancer Patients With HIV, Immunotherapy Appears Safe

Nov 16
A new category of immunotherapies called checkpoint inhibitors appears safe to use in patients with both advanced malignancies and HIV.

AIDS Fund Kicks Off GayBINGO with Lady Gaga's 'Perfect Illusion'

AIDS Fund Kicks Off GayBINGO with Lady Gaga's 'Perfect Illusion'

Nov 15
On November 18 in Philadelphia, AIDS Fund Philly launches their 22nd season of GayBINGO with Perfect Illusion GayBINGO featuring a Lady Gaga theme.

Episcopal Relief Gets $1.4M in Grants for Kenyan Kids with HIV/AIDS

Episcopal Relief Gets $1.4M in Grants for Kenyan Kids with HIV/AIDS

Nov 13
Episcopal Relief & Development received a $1.4 million grant from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation to expand its integrated Early Childhood Development program in Zambia and to extend the program into Kenya.

Philly Fight and William Way Honor 30th Anniversary of AIDS Library

Philly Fight and William Way Honor 30th Anniversary of AIDS Library

Nov 10
On Friday, November 10, head to the William Way Center in Philadelphia for their AIDS Library 30th Anniversary Celebration.

Researchers Develop New Models for Speeding Up HIV Testing

Researchers Develop New Models for Speeding Up HIV Testing

Nov 9
Researchers have developed new HIV testing methods that could save the lives of thousands of early infants in Africa.

GMHC Named a Winner of 2017 New York Community Trust Nonprofit Excellence Awards

GMHC Named a Winner of 2017 New York Community Trust Nonprofit Excellence Awards

Nov 8
GMHC was named one of three winners of the 2017 New York Community Trust Nonprofit Excellence Awards.

Elton John Celebrates 25 Years of AIDS Foundation

Elton John Celebrates 25 Years of AIDS Foundation

By Mesfin Fekadu | Nov 8
A teary and emotional Elton John celebrated the 25th anniversary of his AIDS foundation with a gala in New York City, raising about $4.4 million and telling the audience that they would end the AIDS epidemic by 2030.

HIV Criminalization Laws Disproportionately Affect Marginalized Communities

HIV Criminalization Laws Disproportionately Affect Marginalized Communities

Nov 7
New research from the Williams Institute found that HIV criminalization laws in California were enforced inequitably and lacked consideration for modern medical advances related to HIV.

Harvard Honors Elton John for Efforts to Fight HIV, AIDS

Harvard Honors Elton John for Efforts to Fight HIV, AIDS

Nov 7
Elton John has been honored at Harvard University for his philanthropic efforts to fight HIV and AIDS.

BC/EFA Releases Effervescent New 2017 Holiday Album

BC/EFA Releases Effervescent New 2017 Holiday Album

Nov 6
The 19th volume in the "Broadway's Carols for a Cure" collection is full of spirited holiday favorites sung by stars from Broadway's leading musicals, with proceeds benefiting BC/EFA.

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