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Groups working to improve the health of women around the world are nervous.They are deeply worried that a Donald Trump presidency could slash funding.
New Trump abortion policy may lead to more abortions, groups say
The sweeping new anti-abortion policy signed by President Trump may not do what's intended, leading to more abortions, aid groups say.
Trump revives Reagan-era anti-abortion policy
President Donald Trump reinstated Reagan's "Global Gag Rule," stopping foreign aid to clinics abroad that provide or advocate for abortion services.
Single shot at doctor's office may be future of HIV prevention
HIV prevention pill Truvada may soon be overshadowed by an even simpler method—a single flu shot-like injection at the doctor's office.
New initiative aims to improve HIV care for black gay men
Half of black gay and bi men will be diagnosed with HIV in their lifetimes, according to the CDC, and a new initiative, His Health, aims to improve their care.
Reports of PrEP's Demise Are Greatly Exaggerated, HIV Experts Say
Reports of a "PrEP failure" and a "new drug-resistant HIV strain" have have been greatly exaggerated, HIV experts say.
New recommendations mean kids need just 2 doses of HPV vaccine
There's good news for kids who haven't received all their HPV vaccines yet - they only need two doses of the vaccine instead of three.
Zika virus found in woman's vagina for weeks
A woman infected with Zika had evidence of the virus in her vagina for weeks, researchers reported Tuesday.
A Swedish woman had a baby using her mom's transplanted uterus
A Swedish woman had a baby using a uterus transplanted from her own mother.
Blood, sweat and tears: Here's a new way Zika spreads
The Zika virus may spread in sweat and tears in some cases, doctors cautioned Thursday.
Florida health officials looking for Zika have found a case of dengue
Florida health officials who have been testing thousands of residents for Zika virus have found another infection: dengue virus.
A baby boy was born using a 'three-parent' technique
A healthy baby boy has been born after he was conceived using a 'three-parent' technique to manipulate his DNA, doctors said Tuesday.
A new strain of drug resistant gonorrhea has shown up in the U.S.
A new strain of antibiotic-resistant gonorrhea has shown up in Hawaii, doctors reported Wednesday.
The Wynwood area of Miami is almost clear of new Zika cases
The first official outbreak of Zika virus infection in the continental U.S. may be over as soon as next week, officials say.
All prostate cancer treatments are about equally effective, study finds
The first controlled study comparing three different approaches to prostate cancer shows they are all about equally effective.
Florida can now count 70 local cases of Zika virus infection
Florida health officials said Tuesday they found six new locally transmitted cases of Zika virus, bringing the state's total to 70 cases.
Zika affected woman's brain and memory, doctors say
Italian researchers say they've found evidence Zika can affect the brains of adults, and may damage memory.
WHO broadens Zika sex guidelines to 6 months
The WHO says more studies are showing that sex may pass along Zika more often than thought, and it's better to be careful. Plus more Florida cases.
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