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.
Indiana state health officials confirmed the recent HIV epidemic in Scott County is worsening, the New York Times reports. With reports of up to 130 cases…
National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2013 Thursday, February 7, 2013 is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. A time to get tested! Get involved! Get educated! Get treated! http://www.nationalblackaidsday.org/ The Richmond City Health District is conducting a special National Black HIV Day screening event February 7th at Southside Plaza from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in […]
Filling in for the regular crew on Shade 45 (Sirius XM Radio) show “Sway in the Morning” over the holiday weekend, media personality Kelly Kinkaid sits down for a deeper discussion on the rise of HIV infections amongs the Black community with Debra Fraser Howze. As you might already know, OraSure now provides an in […]
British reporters have revealed a shocking religious practice that may have cost the lives of six HIV-positive patients in England.