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HIV is no longer the death sentence it once was, and the face of the disease has changed over the decades. Read more

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A Richmond transplant plants a flag for Ashe. Read more

NEWS & FEATURES

Rodney Lofton strives to diversify Diversity Richmond and bring the organization into the 21st century. Read more

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The Valentine's “Pandemic” examines Richmond's response to mass disease. Read more

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A federal agency that provided $80 million this fiscal year in research funding to VCU faces a 19 percent cut in its budget, plus the week's health news. Read more

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As political pressures mount, Virginia League for Planned Parenthood sees a surge in interest and donations. Read more

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A new women’s hospital for Richmond and other health and medicine news of the week Read more

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A Richmond musician prepares for a walk across sub-Saharan Africa to raise awareness of the HIV/AIDS pandemic there, an acupuncture clinic opens south of the James and other health and medicine news of the week. Read more

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A drug that prevents the virus that causes HIV from replicating is now available through the Fan Free Clinic. Read more

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In Richmond Triangle Players' production of "Lazarus Syndrome," a former concert pianist living with HIV is visited by his father and brother, bearing brisket, a bottle of Manischewitz and family baggage. Read more

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From Sourcebook 2016: Finding health care can be challenging for the LGBT population in Richmond Read more

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Bon Secours offers a new telehealth service with around-the-clock access to a health care provider over your smartphone or computer, plus other Richmond area health and medicine news of the week. Read more

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