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Southerners Support HIV Prevention, but Many Don’t Know U=U or PrEP

A broad swath of Southerners support HIV prevention policies such as expanding Medicaid, requiring insurance companies to cover pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and teaching medically accurate, comprehensive sex education in public schools. Those are the findings of a public opinion poll in seven Southern states. However, the poll also found that many respondents were not knowledgeable… Read More »

Different Takes: GOP Must Challenge The Democrats On Health Care Issues; Single-Payer Might Solve Many Problems But Not Rising Costs

Editorial writers weigh in on these health care topics and others. The Wall Street Journal: Republicans Need A Health-Care Offensive It’s the paradox of success. With 3.6% unemployment and 3.2% growth in gross domestic product, voters are turning to other issues. When the May 1 NBC/Wall Street Journal survey asked what “should be the top… Read More »