Hillary Clinton Publicly Apologizes For Her 'Inaccuracies' on the Reagans and the AIDS Crisis

Hillary Clinton’s recent misstep—praising former president Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan for helping to initiate a “national conversation” about the AIDS epidemic in the late 1980s, despite the fact that the record states otherwise—has led to a public outcry, and now the Democratic nominee hopeful is attempting to…

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Why Is Hillary Clinton Trying to Rewrite Nancy Reagan's Shameful Inaction on HIV/AIDS? [Updated]

Hillary Clinton, in trying to say something nice about the late First Lady Nancy Reagan, instead said something highly inaccurate. During an MSNBC interview Friday, Clinton praised Reagan for her HIV and AIDS work, when the Reagan administration was notoriously slow and detrimental to fighting the disease early on.

We Don’t Talk About HIV Enough Anymore, and a Lot Has Changed

If you grew up in the 1990s, you practically absorbed a degree in AIDS studies just by existing—or at least that’s what it felt like. The years since then have brought better tests and treatments, and we now know more about the virus, but that information isn’t common knowledge. HIV and AIDS have fallen off our radar.

France Will Allow Men Who Have Sex With Men to Donate Blood Starting Next Year

In a world in which HIV is no longer a certain death sentence or a crisis, many countries are relaxing the blood donation bans put in place to prevent gay men from donating potentially infected bodily fluids. France is the latest nation to announce that it will allow homosexuals to donate blood more freely, joining…

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