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AIDS at 40: Forty Years of One Pandemic and Then Another

June 04, 2021
This story is one in a series of first-person perspectives from those who are working on the frontlines to better understand, treat and prevent transmission of HIV and AIDS as well as COVID-19. You can read more about the 40 years of AIDS in SF and how it has shaped the COVID-19 response.

AIDS at 40: ‘Those Our Nation Values Least, Suffer Most’

June 04, 2021
This story is one in a series of first-person perspectives from those who are working on the frontlines to better understand, treat and prevent transmission of HIV and AIDS as well as COVID-19. You can read more about the 40 years of AIDS in SF and how it has shaped the COVID-19 response.

AIDS at 40: Co-Discoverer of HIV on Being Ready for the Next Pandemic

June 04, 2021
This story is one in a series of first-person perspectives from those who are working on the frontlines to better understand, treat and prevent transmission of HIV and AIDS as well as COVID-19. You can read more about the 40 years of AIDS in SF and how it has shaped the COVID-19 response.

AIDS at 40: From HIV to COVID-19, History of Racism Hits Communities of Color Hardest

June 04, 2021
This story is one in a series of first-person perspectives from those who are working on the frontlines to better understand, treat and prevent transmission of HIV and AIDS as well as COVID-19. You can read more about the 40 years of AIDS in SF and how it has shaped the COVID-19 response.

AIDS at 40: HIV Prepared Oral Health Settings for COVID-19 Safety Measures

June 04, 2021
This story is one in a series of first-person perspectives from those who are working on the frontlines to better understand, treat and prevent transmission of HIV and AIDS as well as COVID-19. You can read more about the 40 years of AIDS in SF and how it has shaped the COVID-19 response.

AIDS at 40: How HIV and COVID-19 Are Informing Our Responses to Both Pandemics

June 04, 2021
This story is one in a series of first-person perspectives from those who are working on the frontlines to better understand, treat and prevent transmission of HIV and AIDS as well as COVID-19. You can read more about the 40 years of AIDS in SF and how it has shaped the COVID-19 response.

AIDS at 40: Sexism, Structural Racism and Discrimination Continues for HIV and COVID-19

June 04, 2021
This is one of the first-person perspectives from those who are working on the frontlines to better understand, treat and prevent transmission of HIV and AIDS as well as COVID-19.

UCSF Joins National Collaborative to Study COVID-19 Outcomes for LGBTQ People

May 27, 2021
Researchers from the UCSF School of Nursing have joined a newly launched national collaborative to study the impacts of COVID-19 on members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer communities. 

Feeling Re-Entry Anxiety? Expert Advice on Navigating COVID-19 Reopenings

May 24, 2021
As COVID-19 vaccinations continue, and cities and states move toward full re-opening, many people are feeling re-entry anxiety.

Pandemic-Driven Telehealth Proves Popular at Safety Net Health System

May 10, 2021
For patients who can utilize the technology, particularly for follow-up care after a diagnosis has already been made, the benefits of telehealth are overwhelming.

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