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Posted November 30, 2022

World AIDS Day (December 1st, 2022)

December 1st is World AIDS Day This year’s theme for World AIDS Day is “Putting Ourselves to the Test: Achieving Equity to End HIV.” It encourages people to unite globally to eliminate the disparities and inequities…

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Posted November 16, 2022

New Resource: Expand your HIV Toolkit: Cabotegravir and Rilpivirine (CAB/RPV) Essentials and Clinical Guide

Pacific AETC has developed the Expand Your HIV Toolkit: Cabotegravir and Rilpivirine (CAB/RPV) Essentials and Clinical Guide to inform healthcare providers about CAB/RPV, the first FDA-approved long-acting injectable antiretroviral (ARV) medication for patients with HIV….

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Posted November 16, 2022

Upcoming! Routine Testing in Clinical Setting: A Webinar Series to Showcase Partnerships that Maximize Opt-out HIV Screening

More than 160,000 Americans are unaware they are living with HIV. Diagnosing HIV is critical to the success of the Ending the HIV Epidemic in America initiative (EHE). How can we assist clinical providers in…

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Posted November 16, 2022

Register Now: ROC the Ribbon: A World AIDS Day Event (November 30, 2022)

Today, nearly 40% of the U.S. population living with HIV/AIDS is 55 years of age and over. As the population with HIV/AIDS ages, it is critical that collaborative partnerships be developed among the AIDS and…

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Posted November 16, 2022

Register Now: Bridging HIV & SUD: Innovations in the Field Webinar Series (December 2, 2022)

The next session in NAHEWD’s Bridging HIV & SUD: Innovations in the Field webinar series, Evidence-Based Treatments for Chemsex Use Disorders, will be on Friday, December 2nd, at 12 pm ET. Presented by Jona Tanguay,…

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Posted November 4, 2022

Register Now for EHE Quarterly Stakeholder Webinar (November 15, 2022)

Join the next Ending the HIV Epidemic Quarterly Stakeholder Webinar on November 15, 2022 from 11:00AM-12:15PM (PT)/2:00PM-3:15PM (ET).  Hear from Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Infectious Disease and HIV/AIDS Policy (ODIP) and…

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Posted November 3, 2022

Early HIV Diagnosis and Treatment Important for Better Long-term Health Outcomes

Cross-posted from NIAID Newsroom Starting antiretroviral treatment (ART) early in the course of HIV infection when the immune system is stronger results in better long-term health outcomes compared with delaying ART, according to findings presented at the…

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Posted November 3, 2022

New CDC Articles on Increasing Equity in Monkeypox Vaccine Distribution & Addressing Monkeypox Holistically (HIV.gov)

Cross-posted from HIV.gov New CDC MMWR Articles: Increasing Equity in Monkeypox Vaccine Distribution Last Friday, CDC published three new Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) reports on recent developments in monkeypox vaccination in the U.S.:…

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Posted November 2, 2022

Recognizing American Indian/Native American Heritage Month (November 2022)

Recognizing American Indian/Native American Heritage Month November is American Indian/Native American Heritage Month. This November, Pacific AETC would like to acknowledge the over 150 indigenous tribes who are traditional stewards of the land that the…

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Posted October 20, 2022

National Monkeypox Response – Closing Day at USCHA

Cross-posted from HIV.gov On the closing day of the 2022 US Conference on HIV/AIDS (USCHA) in Puerto Rico, the final plenary session focused on the response to the current monkeypox outbreak. On behalf of HIV.gov, Timothy P….

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