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  • AHP NOW Front Page Square

    AHP NOW: 2016

    2016 has been a tumultuous year for the LGBTQ and HIV-affected communities. At AHP, we have striven not only to endure but also to respond with communication, connection and support. From our HIV counseling and testing services to our post-Orlando Community Gathering, we have worked to encourage healing and …

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  • Perspectives V22N3 Women Square

    Perspectives: Update Women and HIV

    Worldwide, women make up half of the 34 million people with HIV infection, and HIV is the leading cause of death among women of childbearing age. In the United States, one out of every five new HIV diagnoses is given to a woman. Even though …

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  • Perspectives V22N2 API

    Perspectives: API Issue

    The Asian American population grew 43 percent between 2000 and 2010, more than four times as fast as the total U.S. population, and Asian Americans have recently surpassed Latinos for numbers of new American immigrants.1,2 Despite this considerable growth, the overall number of HIV infections …

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  • ES 7 9 14 Web Square

    E&S: New Gender Team

    Services Expand to Support Trans Clients. For staff at agencies like the Alliance Health Project, a commitment to serve the evolving needs of clients extends way beyond getting a license to practice therapy or nursing or psychiatry. It is a process of continual learning. Over …

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  • Perspectives V22No1 Obamacare Square

    Perspectives: <br>The Affordable Care Act

    President Barack Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act into law in March 2010, envisioning a comprehensive package of health care reforms that would expand access to medical coverage for millions of uninsured Americans. Despite an incredibly rocky rollout, plagued with court challenges …

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  • Perspectives V1N4 HepC Update V4

    Perspectives: Hepatitis C Update 2014

    Hepatitis C is a viral disease that primarily affects the liver. In its chronic (or long-lasting) form, the hepatitis C virus (HCV) can cause liver damage, cirrhosis (scarring of the liver), and liver cancer. These complications can lead to the need for transplant, and even …

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