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Achieve Magazine: Focus on Aging with HIV

Achieve Magazine is a quarterly journal on HIV prevention, treatment and research. This issue, from Fall 2009, focused on HIV and aging.

September 2009 | ACRIA and GMHC

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Advocating for Yourself and Others: Health and Aging Services

This article provides useful information you can use to advocate for yourself and others in health and aging services.

November 2018 | Jacqueline Boyd for the National Resource Center on LGBT Aging

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Aging & Sexual Health

Honest Talk About Aging & Sexual Health

June 2016 | Terri Clark, MPH

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Aging POZitively

This short documentary, produced by SAGE at Center on Halsted, highlights three older people living with HIV.

July 2011

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Aging with HIV: An Introduction

Dr. Masten, author of the book Aging with HIV: A Gay Man’s Guide, provides his insights into aging positively while living with HIV.

September 2011 | Dr. James Masten

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AIDS Project Rhode Island

AIDS Project Rhode Island provides services and advocacy for people infected, affected and at-risk of HIV/AIDS.

February 2014

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A.L.P.H.A.

Allies Linked for the Prevention of HIV/AIDS (A.L.P.H.A.) is an organization that provides educational trainings on HIV/AIDS transmission and stigma, free HIV/AIDS testing, safe-sex education and materials, and support for those living with HIV/AIDS.

March 2012

Learn More Go to Web Site   |   (208) 424-7799

An HIV/AIDS Trainer's Perspective

The top 12 issues trainers, educators and service providers should consider when talking about HIV/AIDS and older adults.

September 2011 | Doreen Bermudez

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Desert Migration: A Documentary about Life After AIDS - Q&A with Daniel F. Cardone, Writer & Director

Join Daniel F. Cardone, the writer and director of Desert Migration, as he takes on the journey and inspiration for this documentary about "life after AIDS."

April 2016 | Daniel F. Cardone

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Diagnoses of HIV Infection among Adults Aged 50 Years and Older in the United States and Dependent Areas, 2007–2010

This report is intended to guide public health strategies that focus on preventing the spread of HIV among older adults in the United States and U.S. dependent areas as well as to assist with planning for HIV treatment and care needs.

February 2013 | Center for Disease Control and Prevention

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The Aging and Health Report: Disparities and Resilience among Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Older Adults

This publication is the first national federally-funded project to examine LGBT aging and health. It documents significant health disparities impacting LGBT older adults as they age, including disability, physical and mental distress, victimization, discrimination, and lack of access to supportive aging and health services.

November 2011 | Karen I. Fredriksen-Goldsen, PhD, Hyun-Jun Kim, PhD, Charles A. Emlet, PhD, Anna Muraco, PhD, Elena A. Erosheva, PhD, Charles P. Hoy-Ellis, MSW, Jayn Goldsen, BS, Heidi Petry, PhD

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El VIH y los Adultos Mayores

Una publicación que examina las estadísticas, como también las dificultades de envejecer con VIH.

January 2008 | ACRIA

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HIV & Aging Research: A Roadmap for the Future

Recommendations on future research priorities for older people living with HIV/AIDS.

September 2011 | Mark Brennan-Ing, Ph.D., and Stephen E. Karpiak, Ph.D., AIDS Community Research Initiative of America (ACRIA), ACRIA Center on HIV and Aging

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The Graying of AIDS: Stories from an Aging Epidemic

A multimedia piece honoring some of our longterm survivors, produced by The Graying of AIDS in honor of National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day (September 18, 2011).

September 2011 | Graying of AIDS

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Growing Older With The Epidemic: HIV and Aging

This paper details what we know about HIV among older adults, what we do not yet understand, and what improvements can be made to better prepare the country to care for this population.

February 2010 | GMHC

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Health and Psychosocial Needs of LGBT Older Adults

This research study provides one of the most comprehensive descriptions of the health, well?being and social context of LGBT older adults.

November 2012 | Mark Brennan-Ing PhD, Stephen E. Karpiak PhD, and Liz Seidel MSW, AIDS Community Research Initiative of America (ACRIA)

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Health and Psychsocial Needs of LGBT Older Adults

This research study provides one of the most comprehensive descriptions of the health, well-being, and social context of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) older adults, focusing on the aging LGBT population residing in Chicago, IL.

September 2011 | Mark Brennan-Ing; Stephen E. Karpiak; Liz Seidel; AIDS Community Research of America (ACRIA)

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Helena Bushong: In Her Own Words

Helena Bushong, a 60-year-old trans woman who lives with HIV, tells us her story.

September 2011 | Helena Bushong

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HIV Ages 50 and Up

A one-page fact sheet by ActionAIDS on HIV in people age 50 and up.

April 2012 | ActionAIDS

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HIV and Older Adults

A publication examining statistics, as well as the challenges of growing older with HIV.

January 2008 | ACRIA

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HIV/AIDS and Older Adults: Fact Versus Fiction

Too many myths and misconceptions surround HIV and AIDS, particularly for people over 50 living with the disease. Learn the facts about HIV/AIDS and older adults.

September 2011

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HIV Risk for Lesbians, Bisexuals & Other Women Who Have Sex With Women

This 22-page publication by the Women's Institute's at GMHC discusses the risks associated with HIV transmission amongst women who have sex with women.

June 2009 | Women's Institute at GMHC

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As HIV Turns 30, Attention Turns to an Aging Epidemic

Michael Adams, Executive Director of Services & Advocacy for GLBT Elders (SAGE), offers his thoughts on 30 years of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and meeting the needs of older people living with HIV.

June 2011 | Michael Adams, Executive Director of Services & Advocacy for GLBT Elders (SAGE)

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AoA Webinar: Positive Aging: HIV Turns 30 - Audio Transcript

AoA Webinar: Positive Aging: HIV Turns 30 - transcript of the audio taken from the webinar.

June 2011 | Administration on Aging

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AoA Webinar: Positive Aging: HIV Turns 30 - PowerPoint Presentation

AoA Webinar: Positive Aging: HIV Turns 30 - Slides from PowerPoint presentation.

June 2011 | Administration on Aging

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AoA Webinar: Positive Aging: HIV Turns 30 - Presenter Courtney Williams

AoA Webinar: Positive Aging: HIV Turns 30 - presentation from Courtney Williams

June 2011 | Administration on Aging

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AoA Webinar: Positive Aging: HIV Turns 30 - Presenter Doreen Bermudez

AoA Webinar: Positive Aging: HIV Turns 30 - presentation from Doreen Bermudez.

June 2011 | Administration on Aging

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AoA Webinar: Positive Aging: HIV Turns 30 - Presenter Jane Fowler

AoA Webinar: Positive Aging: HIV Turns 30 - presentation from Jane Fowler.

June 2011 | Administration on Aging

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AoA Webinar: Positive Aging: HIV Turns 30 - Q&A Section

US Administration on Aging-produced webinar about aging with HIV - Q&A Section.

June 2011 | Administration on Aging

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Age Page - HIV, AIDS, and Older People

Information and resource document on HIV, AIDS, and Older People developed by the National Institute on Aging.

November 2015 | National Institute on Aging

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HIV/AIDS Among People Over Age 50: A Fact Sheet

The fact sheet provide information specific to NYC as well as nationally about HIV/AIDS among people over Age 50.

January 2005 | Department for the Aging: The City of New York

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The HIV/AIDS Epidemic in the United States

A 2-page fact sheet, published in August 2011, with current statistics.

August 2011 | The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

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HIV/AIDS and Your Rights: A Fact Sheet

People living with HIV/AIDS are entitled to certain protections under federal law. Learn more about your rights.

September 2011 | SAGE

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How to Age with HIV - Gracefully

A personal story, published in POZ Magazine, about the aging process with HIV.

August 2011 | Mark Leydorf, originally published in POZ Magazine

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In My Own Words: Franke v. Parkstone Living Center, Inc.

Dr. Robert Franke, a 75-year-old retired university provost and minister, relocated to Little Rock while still living independently to be closer to his daughter, Sara Bowling Franke. The next day, Fox Ridge of?cials abruptly ejected Dr. Franke from the facility because he has HIV. Here, both Dr. Franke and his daughter Sara tell their story.

September 2011 | Dr. Robert Franke and Sara Bowling Franke

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Integrating Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Older Adults into Aging Policy and Practice

The National Academy on an Aging Society teamed up with SAGE to publish this edition of the Public Policy and Aging Report discussing a number of different policy areas as they relate to LGBT aging.

June 2011 | National Academy on an Aging Society; SAGE

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La salud sexual y el envejecimiento (Aging and Sexual Health)

Una conversación abierta acerca de la salud sexual y el envejecimiento

July 2016 | Por Terri Clark, MPH Coordinadora de Servicios de Prevención ActionAIDS Philadelphia

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Natalie Chin from Lambda Legal Talks About LGBT & HIV Housing Discrimination

Natalie Chin from Lambda Legal Talks About LGBT & HIV Housing Discrimination

November 2012 | Natalie Chin, Lambda Legal, SAGE and the National Resource Center on LGBT Aging

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LGBT Older Adults and Health Disparities

This brief documents the health disparities LGBT older adults face: health care insurance, access to health care, HIV/AIDS, mental health, and chronic conditions, which often results in delayed health care and overall poorer health.

September 2010 | Services & Advocacy for GLBT Elders (SAGE), Movement Advancement Project (MAP)

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LGBT Older Adults, HIV and the Affordable Care Act

This Issue Brief looks at HIV and aging among LGBT older people and what the ACA has done to support this population. Additionally, this brief offers information to help people with HIV understand their new health options and to support their overall health and wellness.

May 2014 | SAGE (Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders)

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Medicaid and HIV/AIDS

A 2-page fact sheet describing Medicaid eligibility and HIV/AIDS.

February 2009 | The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

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Medicare and HIV/AIDS

A 2-page fact sheet describing Medicare eligibility and HIV/AIDS.

February 2009 | The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

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Meeting the Needs of People Aging with HIV on the Path to Ending the HIV Epidemic

More than half of people living with HIV in the United States are aged 50 or older, and a growing number of people live and aging with HIV into their 70s and beyond. Concerted action is needed to meet the needs of older people living with HIV. The burdens of HIV, aging, and related health comorbidities, combined with the social and structural challenges that people aging with HIV face, necessitate a focus on HIV-related outcomes and a comprehensive response aimed at treating comorbidities and improving long-term health and quality of life.

May 2021 | Sean E. Bland and Jeffrey S. Crowley, for the O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law

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Missoula AIDS Council

Missoula AIDS Council is a non-profit organization that seeks to end the transmission of HIV/AIDS, advocates for those living with HIV/AIDS, and provides culturally competent services and care for those with HIV/AIDS.

March 2012

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National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States: Updated to 2020

In July 2015, the White House released the National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States: Updated to 2020. This Update reflects the work accomplished and the new scientific developments since the original Strategy was released in 2010.

March 2016 | U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

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NYC SAGE Centers

Togetherness, friendship, community, and pride characterize SAGE’s five New York City innovative senior centers. Each location—the Bronx, Brooklyn, Harlem, Midtown, and Staten Island—shows off a distinct style, and each presents a unique way to experience all SAGE has to offer.

July 2018

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Persad Center

Persad Center is a human service organization whose mission is to improve the well-being of the LGBTQ+ communities and the HIV/AIDS-affected communities. We serve our target populations and their loved ones, cradle to grave, across western Pennsylvania, with service centers in Pittsburgh and Washington, PA.

April 2020

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Pierce County AIDS Foundation

Pierce County AIDS Foundation is an organization specializing in HIV/AIDS advocacy and services, including prevention, education, combating discrimination and stigma, and providing services and support to those living with HIV/AIDS. Services include case management, housing assistance, mental health services, transportation subsidies, emergency grants, medication adherence support, and chemical dependency services.

March 2012 | info@piercecountyaids.org

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Eight Policy Recommendations for Improving the Health and Wellness of Older Adults with HIV

This issue brief describes the need for an expansion of Medicaid coverage offered through the Affordable Care Act and other policy recommendations related to older adults living with HIV.

June 2014 | Diverse Elders Coalition

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AoA Webinar: Positive Aging: HIV Turns 30 - Intro by Kathy Greenlee and Presenter Stephen Karpiak

This audio portion from the AoA Webinar "Positive Aging: HIV Turns 30" is an introduction by Kathy Greenlee and contains the presentation from Stephen Karpiak.

June 2011 | Administration on Aging

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PrEP - Transcending Barriers for Safer Pleasure a Publication for Transgender Women

The resource guide was written by Project Inform and Outshine NW for women who are transgender and for other trans/gender-variant people who were assigned male sex at birth.

February 2016 | Project Inform

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Previniendo el VIH en Adultos Mayores

Este artículo explica qué son el VIH y el SIDA, cómo prevenirlos, cómo el envejecer los hace más peligrosos, consejos para hablar con su médico, los tratamientos disponibles y lo que puede hacer y cómo lidiar si contrae VIH/SIDA.

January 2008 | ACRIA

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Q&A with Hutson W. Inniss of the National Coalition for LGBT Health

Hutson Inniss, Executive Director of the National Coalition for LGBT Health, talks about the Coalition’s work, LGBT older adults’ health, and HIV/AIDS.

September 2011 | Hutson Inniss, Executive Director of the National Coalition for LGBT Health

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Q&A with Jesus Ramirez-Valles, Ph.D., MPH

Dr. Jesus Ramirez-Valles, a professor of public health at the University of Illinois-Chicago, discusses the health challenges of older gay men of color living with HIV/AIDS.

September 2011 | Jesus Ramirez-Valles, Ph.D., MPH

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Religion, Spirituality, and Older Adults With HIV: Critical Personal and Social Resources For An Aging Epidemic

This paper presents a model of barriers to successful aging with HIV, along with a discussion of how spirituality and religiousness may help people overcome these barriers. From this synthesis, implications for practice and research to improve the quality of life of this aging population are provided.

May 2011 | David E. Vance, Mark Brennan, Comfort Enah, Glenda L. Smith, Jaspreet Kaur

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Research On Older Adults with HIV (ROAH)

ROAH is a comprehensive research study of 1000 people over the age of 50 living with HIV in New York City.

January 2006 | ACRIA

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SAGE's National LGBT Elder Hotline............... 877-360-LGBT

SAGE's National LGBT Elder Hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can request to speak with someone in English or Spanish by calling 877-360-LGBT.

August 2019

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Sheba, Connexus and Project Able (Projects Of Diverse And Resilient, Inc.)

Diverse and Resilient is committed to the healthy development of LGBT people in Wisconsin through building leadership in individuals and capacity in organizations. SHEBA (Sisters Helping Each other Battle AIDS) is an African American transgender leadership development program. Connexus is an African American LGBT social and educational program. Project ABLE is a CDC-funded program for African American MSM.

September 2011

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Standing Up To Stigma: Challenging HIV Discrimination in Long Term Care

A video by The Graying of AIDS Project, produced for AARP, about a man forced out of his assisted living facility because he has HIV.

September 2011 | AARP, Graying of AIDS

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Strategies to Improve the Health of Older Adults Living with HIV

Due in large part to improvements in treatment and care, half of people living with HIV in the United States today are age 50 and over.

May 2016 | Sean Cahill, Sophia Geffen, Samantha Marquez, and S. Wade Taylor National Center for Innovation in HIV Care

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Ten Things Every LGBT Older Adult Should Know about HIV/AIDS

An itemized, easy-to-read health tip sheet, describing HIV/ AIDS, at-risk populations, and the ways in which it has disproportionately affected LGBT older adults.

June 2010 | Services & Advocacy for GLBT Elders (SAGE)

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Tennessee LGBT+ Affirming Resources: a snapshot of TN affirming programs, services, providers & activities

See this resource guide for a listing of LGBT+ friendly programs and services in Tennessee.

May 2019 | Vicki Stanley, SAGECare Trainer

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The Age of LGBT Aging (Keynote address from TransFaith in Color 2011 national conference)

The Age of LGBT Aging was the Keynote address from TransFaith in Color 2011 national conference. The conference was hosted by the Freedom Center for Social Justice. Additionally, this speech was posted on the web site for Southerners on New Ground (SONG).

July 2011 | Robert Espinoza

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The AIDS Library

The AIDS Library serves the community through delivery of information on HIV, such as treatments, nutrition, and history of the pandemic, and referrals to regional and national resources.

November 2011

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Older Americans: The Changing Face of HIV/AIDS and Aging in America: Fact Sheet

This fact sheet gives a snapshot of the HIV epidemic in older adults. It also points to problems they face and provides actions needed to address these challenges.

September 2013 | SAGE, ACRIA

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The Graying of AIDS Stories of an Aging Epidemic

A full-color magazine with stories and pictures of those getting older with HIV.

January 2005 | Katja Heinemann and Naomi Schegloff, MPH

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The HIV and Aging Consensus Project: Recommended Treatment Strategies for Clinicians Managing Older Patients with HIV

This project started over two years ago when the AIDS Community Research Initiative of America gave a presentation to the American Academy of HIV Medicine staff on their comprehensive study Research on Older Adults with HIV (ROAH) of 1000 New York City older adults living with HIV. It was the first time we learned that the HIV epidemic was now aging as a function of the enormous improvements in HIV treatment over the past 30 years.

| Sponsored by American Academy of HIV Medicine

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The OUT Agenda: KPFK Radio Show

The OUT Agenda, available online through Pacifica Radio, KPFK in California, is hosted by Chris Coleman and Rita Gonzales. This show interviews Hilary Meyer, SAGE's Director of National Programs.

September 2014 | KPFK Public Radio

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The Policy Issues and Social Concerns Facing Older Adults with HIV

This article describes policy issues of concern for people aging with HIV.

May 2011 | Daniel Tietz and Nathan Schaefer

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Tips on Caring for a Loved One with Advanced HIV/AIDS

Caring for a partner or loved one with advanced HIV/AIDS can be difficult for both patient and caregiver. Here are some tips to ease the difficulty.

September 2011 | Renata Gelman, RN, BSN, Clinical Manager for Partners in Care

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Transgender Women and Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV Prevention

Issue Brief Addresses Transgender Women, PrEP Research, And Hormone Concerns

December 2015 | National Center for Innovation in HIV Care Samantha Marquez and Sean Cahill

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Whitman-Walker Health

Whitman-Walker Health is a Washington DC community health center specializing in HIV/AIDS care and lesbian, gay bisexual and transgender care.

September 2014

Learn More Go to Web Site   |   202.745.7000