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November 30, 2015

Fenway Health Observes World AIDS Day 2015

By | Fenway Health Newsroom, HIV/AIDS | No Comments
December 1st marks World AIDS Day – a time each year when we pause to reflect on the incredible progress made in the global battle against HIV/AIDS, and recommit to continue the fight until the epidemic is over. Though this disease is no longer the almost certain death sentence it once was, every new infection is one infection too many. For those with the means to access lifesaving medication, HIV/AIDS is a manageable chronic condition, but still one that can affect everyday life. For those who face financial, social, and geographical barriers to treatment, AIDS still claims lives around the 
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New Report Addresses Health Disparities Faced By LGBTQ Youth Of Color

By | Fenway Health Newsroom, Research, The Fenway Institute, Youth | No Comments
LGBTQ youth of color experience disproportionate challenges to their physical and mental health, according to an extensive survey released by The Fenway Institute. The Our Health Matters study is the result of partnership of Fenway, BAGLY Inc., and Boston GLASS aimed at examining and addressing the health needs of LGBTQ youth of color in the Greater Boston area. Our Health Matters was authored by a group of dedicated researchers and experts in their fields: Dr. Kerith Conron, Research Scientist at The Fenway Institute; Johannes Wilson, Study Coordinator; Dr. Sean Cahill, Director of Health Policy Research at The Fenway Institute; Jessica 
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