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WHOA: Temple Researchers Edit HIV Out of Human Cells in Lab Study

Crazy cool news out of Temple University today, y’all: As per a just-published study in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers from […]

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About 100 HIV Researchers On Downed Malaysian Plane

The Huffington Post reports that the Malaysian plane that was downed yesterday in Ukraine contained about 100 World Health Organization staffers who were on their way to […]

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Weekend Roundup: Get PrEPped at ICandy, Stimulus Turns 5, Elixir Gala and More

If information is power, get ready to power-up Sunday at an informative PrEP Panel at Icandy. PrEP, if you don’t know, is a daily pill that has been approved […]

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Wale to Perform Free “Hip-Hop for Philly” Concert

Philly FIGHT just announced that Grammy-nominated rapper Wale will headline this year’s “Hip-Hop for Philly” concert during the 20th anniversary AIDS Education Month. The evening of […]

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Philly FIGHT Releases 20th AIDS Education Month Schedule

This week Philly HIV/AIDS nonprofit Philadelphia FIGHT released the itinerary for its 20th annual AIDS Education Month (AEM). Held in June, the schedule includes all […]

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PHOTOS: Black-Tie Gay Bingo 2014

On Saturday AIDS Fund hosted the 15th annual Black-Tie Gay Bingo, an annual springtime event that raises money for the nonprofit’s mission to provide monetary […]

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WEEKEND ROUNDUP: Black-Tie Gay BINGO, Big Bulge Contest, Bearlesque and More

Thanks to the Bingo-Verifying Divas, there’s always a dress-to-impress element to Gay BINGO, but that never holds more true than at AIDS Fund‘s annual Black Tie […]

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Mazzoni Receives $100,000 Gift From Estate of Deceased San Francisco Man

The Mazzoni Center received an unexpected gift recently when it was notified that it would receive $100,000 from the estate of a Conshohocken native who […]

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Penn Researchers Getting Close to ‘Functional Cure’ for HIV?

A study in this week’s New England Journal of Medicine has exciting news: Penn researchers may be close to finding a ‘functional cure’ for HIV. […]

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PHOTOS: Glamsino Royale at Hotel Palomar

ActionAIDS of Philadelphia hosted “Glamsino Royal” last night at the Kimpton’s Hotel Palomar, conjuring up the essence of Agent 007 with a night of glitz, […]

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7 Gay Things to Do in Philly This Week:
B-Boy Blues, Glamsino Royale,
an NSFW Dance Party and More

B-Boy Blues: The award-winning stage adaptation of James Earl Hardy’s novel B-Boy Blues gets its Philly debut at Painted Bride Art Center. The first-of-its-kind gay, […]

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Hotel Palomar Goes Vegas for ActionAIDS Charity

Attention high rollers: Forget Atlantic City or Las Vegas. For one night only, ActionAIDS, Pennsylvania’s largest AIDS service organization, is transforming Philadelphia’s Hotel Palomar into a […]

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LGBT Black History Month Spotlight:
7 Questions With HIV Activist
Antonio Boone

In partnership with Philadelphia Black Gay Pride, every day throughout the month of February we will spotlight an influential black mover and shaker in the city. Today: […]

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Photographer Snaps Photos of Loved Ones Right After He Tells Them He Has HIV

In his latest project, “I Have Something to Tell You,” Florida photographer Adrain Chesser snapped photos of his family and friends just moments after he […]

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DO THIS: West Chester University’s AIDS Benefit Concert and Cabaret

If you are a Philadelphia-area showtunes fan looking to support a good cause, you’re in luck. This year marks the 14th anniversary of West Chester University’s (WCU) AIDS […]