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An FDA-funded study seeks to develop screening tools that could lead to the end of a blanket deferral period for gay and bi male blood...
National and local organizations will hold various events on Wednesday, March 31, to mark the International Transgender Day of Visibility.
Dance party, held via Zoom, will be hosted by influence SolLikeSoul, with music by DJ Alex Love
Experts say significant outreach to LGBTQ people will be needed to overcome distrust of medical establishment
Showcasing D.C.'s LGBTQ community and the role Whitman-Walker has played in its history
Each state's display pulls together select panels honoring those lost to HIV to commemorate World AIDS Day
Online events and remembrances, as well as free testing, are hallmarks of the 33rd Annual World AIDS Day in the DMV area.
Whitman-Walker Health, the District’s federally-qualified community health center that specializes in HIV-related and LGBTQ competent health care services, will hold its annual Walk and 5K...
Injunction prevents health care providers from claiming religious exemptions to justify denying treatment to vulnerable populations
Whitman-Walker reopens its cultural center for a limited-time exhibit
Lawsuit argues that rolling back protections will harm LGBTQ people, and overly burden the organizations that serve them
Organizations push back against assertion that they are trying to fundraise off of the epidemic by warning that LGBTQ people are more vulnerable
Community events, HIV/STI testing, and nonessential appointments are among those services affected
Conservative columnist attempts to dispel arguments that LGBTQ people are "particularly vulnerable" to COVID-19
People are encouraged to take precautions, such as hand-washing and social distancing, to protect themselves