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Two Fenway Health RNs have been recognized by the Boston Globe for outstanding patient care.

Fenway Nurses Honored By Boston Globe

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We’re pleased to announce that two outstanding members of the Fenway Health nursing team have been recognized in the Boston Globe’s Salute to Nurses 2016, an annual patient and colleague-nominated list of area nurses who go above and beyond the call of duty each and every day. Danielle “Dani” Slepian, RN, ACRN, who works at the Fenway: South End location, was recognized for her compassionate bedside manner and effectiveness in managing a heavy case load. She has been a nurse at Fenway since 2005 and is an AIDS Certified Registered Nurse. Dani was nominated by Fenway patient David Cameron. “As 
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Lawrence Vinson, Jonathan Reveil, and Jojo Amanfu have been named to the POZ 100.

Fenway Staffers Shine In POZ Magazine’s POZ 100

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We’re thrilled to announce that Fenway Health staff members Jojo Amanfu, Jonathan Reveil, and Lawrence Vinson have been named to POZ Magazine’s 2014 POZ 100, a list of influential AIDS activists under the age of 30. This annual recognition honors those who, three decades after the start of the epidemic, are continuing the fight against HIV/AIDS. As POZ Magazine’s editors put it, “These young people could be the ones to finally put an end to AIDS.” Please allow us to introduce you to three dedicated activists who are working tirelessly to end ignorance around HIV/AIDS and connect patients with respectful 
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A plaque marks the spot of Fenway Health's offices from 1991-2009.

Plaque Dedication Honors Fenway’s Roots at 7 Haviland Street

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Fenway Health’s history was celebrated this week at a ceremony and open house at 7 Haviland Street. Approximately 50 people attended the dedication of a plaque commemorating Fenway’s time at 7 Haviland, which served as our main offices from 1991 to 2009. Attendees included current and former Fenway staff, Fenway Board members, patients, long-time supporters, and members of LGBT student groups from Berklee College of Music, which hosted the reception and now occupies the building. The event featured a number of speakers from the community, including Omar Thomas, Assistant Professor at Berklee; Chris Connors, Vice President of Human Resources for 
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Huffington Post: A New Turning Point in the Fight Against HIV/AIDS

By | AIDS 2012, Health Policy, HIV/AIDS | No Comments
Sean Cahill and Kenneth Mayer, MD of The Fenway Institute discuss the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s decision to approve the drug tenofovir disoproxil fumarate/emtricitabine (brand name Truvada) for use in preventing HIV infection in HIV-negative people: July 16, 2012 could be another major turning point in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Today the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a supplemental new drug application for the previously approved antiretroviral medication tenofovir disoproxil fumarate / emtricitabine (TDF-FTC), to reduce the risk of acquiring HIV by uninfected men and women by taking a pill a day before and after exposure (known as 
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