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August 20, 2020

Life can sometimes feel like an endless series of highs and lows, and we hardly notice how each one propels us from one moment to the next. While the thrill of achievement is fleeting at best, the fallout from a mistake can sometimes seem like an endless free fall. When it comes to HIV, those who live with the virus…

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August 10, 2020

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a new drug that combats drug resistance among "heavily treatment-experienced" HIV-positive people, drugmaker ViiV Healthcare announced Thursday. The medication, called fostemsavir and marketed under the name Rukobia, is to be used in combination with other antiretroviral medications and will specifically address those whose regimens are not succeeding because of resistance, intolerance, or safety considerations. “There is…

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Mark your calendars! On Friday, August 21st if you come in and get tested you will receive a FREE car wash and detail!

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The nonprofit Retro Report's new film asks Dr. Anthony Fauci, Harvard professor Dr. Allan Brandt, and GMHC cofounder Dr. Larry Mass what lessons from the fight against AIDS that our country should be putting to use now. Watch the fascinating short film below. https://youtu.be/6Q-deunTOkg

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