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From the Blog

Black/African Americana people account for a higher proportion of new HIV diagnoses and people with HIV, compared to other races and ethnicities. Racism, HIV stigma, homophobia, poverty, and barriers to health care continue to drive these disparities.

Pregnancy over 45 is still relatively rare, but more women in this age group are becoming mothers than ever before. Even though medical science can’t undo the effects of aging, fertility treatments are still available to help women in their 40s achieve their dreams of motherhood. Read more…