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National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day: An overlooked crisis leads to missed opportunities

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Dr. Vincent Guilamo-Ramos is the vice-chair of the board of directors of the Latino Commission on AIDS, and director and founder of the Center for Latino Adolescent and Family Health and the co-chair of the Ending the HIV Epidemic working group for the HIV Medicine Association, which produces this blog. Today, on National Latinx AIDS […]

Racism, not race, is a risk factor for infectious diseases

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By Ayesha Khan, Ph.D. As the COVID-19 pandemic circles the world, every country that confronts it has unique challenges when it comes to their pandemic responses. The United States has some of the greatest structural challenges, and they run deep. America is combatting a pandemic — COVID-19 — in the context of a more than […]