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.
On Thursday, Apr. 26th, more than 200 restaurants will participate in the 22nd annual Dining Out for Life to fight HIV/AIDS.
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.
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.
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.
Four local HIV and AIDS service organizations host an all-day fundraiser today. All you have to do is buy a drink.
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.
This Thursday, over 200 restaurants will be participating in Dining Out for Life, benefiting thousands of people living with HIV and AIDS.
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.
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.
A new report suggests those living with HIV may be at an increased risk for other illnesses.
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.
by KYW’s medical editor Dr. Brian McDonough I have been covering medical developments since the early days of HIV and aids.