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France to Allow Gay Men to Donate Blood... After Four Months of Celibacy

Is There a Black Bisexual Boom?

There's good news... sort of... for gay men in France who wish to donate blood: They will soon be able to do so after only four months of complete celibacy instead of a full y...

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France to Allow Gay Men to Donate Blood... After Four Months of Celibacy

France to Allow Gay Men to Donate Blood... After Four Months of Celibacy

| Jul 18
There's good news... sort of... for gay men in France who wish to donate blood: They will soon be able to do so after only four months of complete celibacy instead of a full year.

Even When HIV Prevention Drug Is Covered, Other Costs Block Treatment

Even When HIV Prevention Drug Is Covered, Other Costs Block Treatment

| By Michelle Andrews | Jul 16
In addition to the ancillary charges, other roadblocks persist for people who need PrEP from getting it.

Virginia Man Donates Kidney to Protest Gay Blood Donation Restrictions

Virginia Man Donates Kidney to Protest Gay Blood Donation Restrictions

| By Sam Cronin | Jul 13
A bisexual man in Virginia has donated a kidney in an effort to raise awareness of the FDA's policy banning men who have sex with men from donating blood for 12 months after their last gay sexual contact.

Health Officials Urge Testing After Indiana Wrestling Event

Health Officials Urge Testing After Indiana Wrestling Event

| Jun 30
Health officials are warning attendees at a recent wrestling event in southern Indiana to get tested for HIV and hepatitis C due to possible exposure to blood-borne pathogens.

New Florida Law Authorizes Statewide Needle Exchanges

New Florida Law Authorizes Statewide Needle Exchanges

| By Ellis Rua | Jun 28
Jose Garcia carried a drawstring backpack full of used syringes as he walked into the converted shipping container that serves as the base for Florida's only hypodermic needle exchange program.

National HIV Testing Day: A Critical Strategy to Ending the Epidemic

National HIV Testing Day: A Critical Strategy to Ending the Epidemic

| Jun 27
Every year, National HIV Testing Day is observed on June 27 to raise awareness of the importance of HIV testing and diagnosis. An estimated 1.1 million people in the United States are living with HIV, and 1 in 7 are unaware of of their diagnosis.

UNAIDS and UNDP Call to Remove HIV-Related Travel Restrictions

UNAIDS and UNDP Call to Remove HIV-Related Travel Restrictions

| Jun 27
UNAIDS and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) are urging countries to keep the promises made in the 2016 United Nations Political Declaration on Ending AIDS to remove all forms of HIV-related travel restrictions.

Elton John Gets Top French Award, Joins AIDS Fight Call

Elton John Gets Top French Award, Joins AIDS Fight Call

| Jun 22
Elton John, a newly awarded Legion of honor pinned to his suit, joined a call Friday by French President Emmanuel Macron to fund AIDS research and treatment.

CDC Director Praises Alabama HIV Clinic Ahead of Campaign

CDC Director Praises Alabama HIV Clinic Ahead of Campaign

| By Blake Paterson | Jun 17
As the federal government prepares to launch an ambitious initiative to end the HIV epidemic, the director of the Centers for Disease Control on Friday applauded an Alabama HIV clinic's commitment to providing health services to rural communities.

How Trump Administration Rule Would Undo Health Care Protections for LGBTQ Patients

How Trump Administration Rule Would Undo Health Care Protections for LGBTQ Patients

| By Emmarie Huetteman | Jun 14
A new Trump administration proposal would change the civil rights rules dictating whether providers must care for patients who are transgender or have had an abortion.

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