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Dining Out For Life Philadelphia

On Thursday, Apr. 26th, more than 200 restaurants will participate in the 22nd annual Dining Out for Life to fight HIV/AIDS.

04/17/2012

Two dancers prepare for the Pennsylvania Ballet Company's annual "Shut Up and Dance" benefit. (Credit: Cherri Gregg)

Pa. Ballet Prepares To ‘Shut Up And Dance’ For A Good Cause

This Saturday, the Pennsylvania Ballet will hold its 20th annual “Shut Up and Dance” fundraiser to benefit MANNA, a nonprofit that delivers meals to those living with HIV or other life-threatening illnesses.

03/23/2012

The red ribbon is the universal symbol of awareness and support for those living with HIV. (Credit: World AIDS Day)

Today Is World AIDS Day

Today is World AIDS Day and it is important to remember that HIV and AIDS continue to be a major health issue in the world.

12/01/2011

(credit: Cherri Gregg, KYW Newsradio)

ActionAIDS Celebrates 25 Years Of Service

Pennsylvania’s largest AIDS service organization held a celebration at the Arts Ballroom on Saturday night to commemorate 25 years of helping Philadelphians fight the once deadly disease.

10/23/2011

(Credit: Bar AIDS)

Coffee Shops And Bars Serve Up Awareness During 2nd Annual Bar AIDS

Four local HIV and AIDS service organizations host an all-day fundraiser today. All you have to do is buy a drink.

08/25/2011

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Health Watch: National HIV Rates Stable, But Philadelphia Rates On The Rise

The number of Americans infected with HIV is holding steady according to a new government report released today. But that’s not the situation in Philadelphia.

08/03/2011

Iron Chef and local restaurant owner, Jose Garces, will be participating in Dining Out for Life. (Photo provided by Dining Out for Life)

Restaurants Team Up To Fight HIV/AIDS This Thursday

This Thursday, over 200 restaurants will be participating in Dining Out for Life, benefiting thousands of people living with HIV and AIDS.

04/26/2011

An exhibit in center city showed the impact of HIV on Philadelphia's population. (Credit: Karin Phillips)

Call To Let HIV Patients Donate Organs Gets Guarded Response

A new study suggests changing organ transplant laws so that donors infected with HIV could give their organs to patients with HIV. Local stakeholders view the recommendation with caution.

04/19/2011

(Members of "Act Up" outside Philadelphia City Hall on Thursday.  Photos by Mark Abrams)

Philadelphia Activists Demand Public Housing For Those With AIDS

A handful of activists conducted a small demonstration on Thursday outside Philadelphia City Hall, demanding that the Nutter administration include money in its upcoming budget for housing those suffering with HIV/AIDS.

02/24/2011

(credit:  Adek Berry/Getty Images)

HIV May Increase Risk Of Other Illnesses

A new report suggests those living with HIV may be at an increased risk for other illnesses.

02/15/2011

New Study Calls HIV Rate in Poor Urban Areas an Epidemic

A new government study calls the rate of HIV infections in parts of cities like Philadelphia an “epidemic” but a local AIDS services organization says that’s not news to them.

07/19/2010

Funding a Cure for Aids

by KYW’s medical editor Dr. Brian McDonough I have been covering medical developments since the early days of HIV and aids.

07/16/2010

NJ, Ten Other States Plan Cuts in Anti-HIV Drug Programs

by KYW’s Karin Phillips The slow economy is causing cuts in government funding for anti-HIV drugs.  New Jersey is one of eleven states either closing programs or cutting eligibility rolls. At least eleven states around […]

07/01/2010

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