Tag: HIV

CSUF’s Wellfest offered health services and informational materials to students at the Student Health Center

WellFest, the revamped Spring Wellness Fair, offered health services and informational materials to students Wednesday at the Student Health

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CSUF academic scholars looking to change the way people think about epidemics with interdisciplinary conference

Academic scholars at Cal State Fullerton are looking to change the way people think about epidemics. The department of

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Biology professor studies HIV, genetics and immunity

A Cal State Fullerton professor is making an impact on a medical mystery by performing extensive research on the

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‘Anti-Prostitution Pledge’ is hindering world progression

Since the reversal of the global gag rule, it seemed as though the United States was on a path

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City-specific health care not a smart plan

According to the Los Angeles Times, The AIDS Healthcare Foundation feels that creating its own health department for the

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Child reportedly cured of HIV

Doctors reported they have cured a child born with HIV, according to USA Today. HIV is the virus that

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Syringe exchanges offer help

The amount of people contracting HIV/AIDS due to dirty needles is growing at an alarming rate. Activists have been

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AIDS Awareness Day observed

The second annual National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day will take place Tuesday. The AIDS Services Foundation is

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