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Linda Seiter of Caracole

Linda Seiter, the executive director of Caracole, which provides housing and other support services for individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS, joins Mark Perzel to talk about their recent...

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The cost of HIV testing in the emergency room

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Linda Seiter of Caracole

Linda Seiter , the executive director of Caracole , which provides housing and other support services for individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS, joins Mark Perzel to talk about their recent...

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The cost of HIV testing in the emergency room

Government recommendations suggest all adults be tested for HIV. Researchers at UC want to find out if it makes sense to do so during emergency room visits. Even on weekday afternoons University...

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An update on the state of HIV/AIDS - treatments, diagnosis, and local services

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Needle Exchange Programs Fighting Spread of HIV and Hepatitis C

Needle exchange programs allow intravenous drug users to trade in used needles for sterile ones, and are designed to reduce the spread of HIV and hepatitis C among drug users. They are also an...

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The Changing Perception And Reality Of HIV/AIDS Today

More than a million people in the United States are living with HIV and one in eight don'’t even know they'’re infected, according to aids.gov . At one time an HIV-positive diagnosis was seen as a...

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Lakota East Students Take AIDS Cure Idea To UC Lab

A group of really smart students at Lakota East High School , known to fellow teens as the kids trying to find a cure for AIDS, is taking its plan to the next level by meeting with the head of AIDS...

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UC Conducting A Clinical Trial On A New Drug To Protect Individuals From HIV...

Researchers at the University of Cincinnati are conducting a clinical trial to determine if a new drug, cabotegravir (CAB) , is a safe and effective method of protection from HIV. The UC clinical trial...

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Calls For Syringe Exchange Programs Following HIV Increase

Northern Kentucky health officials want to ramp up needle exchange programs after the number of drug users contracting HIV infections tripled from 2016 to 2017. Right now the number is still small....

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Talbert Triage Center New First Stop For Addicts

The Hamilton County Heroin Coalition has ten new ideas for decreasing the drug epidemic this year and at the top of the list is an Engagement Center run by Talbert House in Corryville. It will be the...

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Newport Approves Needle Exchange With HIV Cluster Testing Underway

Updated at 9:00 a.m. The Newport City Commission unanimously approved the start of a needle exchange program Monday night. A mobile van will reportedly operate at the St.Elizabeth Urgent Care in South...

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