The AidsFund will honor teenaged twins born at their 15th annual Black-Tie GayBINGO fundraiser later this week. The pair was born to an HIV-positive mother and spent their life volunteering for the cause.
If you’ve been misdiagnosed, can you sue the doctor? Sometimes.
This is very important, because what it suggests is that people can be instructed, through social media, to take steps that could impact their own health.
St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children has honored the doctors and staff members who have implemented a hospital-wide HIV testing program for patients.
Thursday is National HIV Testing Day. For more information, visit: hivtest.cdc.gov.
The 23rd annual Dining Out for Life is Thursday!
Disturbing new numbers released by the Centers for Disease Control show that a majority of Philadelphia’s new HIV cases already have full blown AIDS at the time of diagnosis.
AIDS Fund Philly held its 14th Annual Black-Tie GayBINGO Friday night.
The weather turned out to be perfect for the 26th annual AIDS Walk Philly, which attracted several thousand participants.
Organizers of the upcoming Aids-Walk-Philly event are asking for your support in raising funds and awareness for HIV/AIDS.
A settlement has been reached in a nearly year-long discrimination case between an HIV-positive Delaware County boy and the Milton Hershey School in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
June marks the 18th annual AIDS Education Month for Philadelphia FIGHT, a local HIV and AIDS advocacy organization.
It sounds glamorous to find a cure for cancer but, in the meantime, the more we can control various forms of cancer the better.
With over 19,000 infected people in the Philadelphia area, the city’s HIV rate is five times the national average and the highest north of Washington DC.
Dining Out For Life takes place this Thursday at participating restaurants.