Even as medication costs have decreased, lab tests and other services are still being billed. Many patients are unaware they don’t have to pay.
When Black patients are treated by Black doctors, they have better health outcomes – but fewer than 6 in 100 American doctors are Black
With Covid-19 with us for the foreseeable future, it has become increasingly clear that educators need to develop a new definition of safer sex
HIV Prevention Pill PrEP Is Now Free Under Most Insurance Plans – but the Latest Challenge to the Affordable Care Act Puts This Benefit at Risk
Since the start of the HIV epidemic in 1981, over 700,000 Americans have lost their lives to AIDS
Cervical Cancer Screening Is Essential, but Access to Good Treatment Can Be the Difference Between Life and Death
We've made some progress, but health disparities still exist in cervical cancer
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is the virus that causes acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). AIDS is a disease in which there is a severe loss of the body's immune system. The immune system is our body's natural defense and allows us to fight off viruses, bacteria and other disease-causing infections. READ MORE