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  1. NMAC, the national organization focused on HIV/AIDS and minority communities, turned 30 in 2017. ...
    News Article updated on 04/06/2017

  2. Characteristics of Planning Councils under the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program’s Part A metropolitan services component are summarized in a recent HRSA report. ...
    News Article updated on 04/13/2017

  3. A new online database from the Census Bureau provides detailed information on each tribal area in the U.S. ...
    News Article updated on 05/16/2017

  4. Roles and responsibilities for implementing five-year Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plans were outlined in a May 2017 webinar by the HRSA-funded IHAP TA Center. ...
    News Article updated on 06/27/2017

  5. CDC state profiles present an overview of the burden of HIV/AIDS, adolescent/school health, hepatitis, STDs, and TB. ...
    News Article updated on 06/13/2017

  6. Resource with best practices to incorporate meaningful involvement of people with HIV into your organization. ...
    News Article updated on 06/14/2017

  7. Current trends in mobile social media apps and social networks suggest improvements HIV health care. ...
    News Article updated on 07/13/2017

  8. A new  map demonstrating market saturation  is now available from the HHS's Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). ...
    News Article updated on 07/24/2017

  9. NMAC is looking for participants who are dedicated to leading on HIV issues within their communities and who wish to participate in BLOC, a HRSA-funded national training program to prepare individuals to take on leadership roles. ...
    News Article updated on 10/02/2017

  10. San Francisco’s Department of Public Health has published “The HIV Epidemiology Annual Report 2016,” which reports that the number of new HIV diagnoses declined from 530 in 2006 to 223 in 2016. The number of deaths declined from 327 in 2006 to 257 in 2015 ...
    News Article updated on 09/27/2017

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