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“You may fall into a category of women who needs more than a mammogram,” urges journalist Katie Couric about breast cancer screenings.
Biden surprised the iconic rocker during a White House concert by awarding him the National Humanities Medal for his HIV and AIDS work.
Former White House press secretary and Arkansas governor hopeful Sarah Huckabee Sanders had her thyroid and surrounding lymph nodes removed.
“I am an endangered species, but I sing no victim’s song,” belted Sheryl Lee Ralph, longtime HIV advocate, during her thank-you speech.
In the 2017 lawsuit, the woman—a “Russian émigré”—claimed that Charlie Sheen knowingly exposed her to HIV during condomless sex.
The “Grease” star had been fighting stage 4 metastatic breast cancer. Learn more about the illness in our Breast Cancer Basics.
“It feels like a huge missed opportunity,” says reality TV star Danny Roberts, who has been living with HIV for 11 years.
“I don’t like saying I’m HIV positive,” said host Aaron Johnson Levy. “I prefer saying I’m living with untransmittable HIV.”
Herself a breast cancer survivor, TV anchor Robin Roberts announced earlier this year that Amber Laign had the same cancer.
Until country music icon Toby Keith’s diagnosis, we didn’t hear a lot about stomach cancer. Why is that, and what are the risk factors?
Olumiant is the first FDA-approved systemic treatment for alopecia.
Justin Bieber has postponed his tour to rest and recover from Ramsay Hunt syndrome, which has paralyzed half his face.
“COVID made my cancer look like nothing,” actor Jeff Bridges, famous as the Dude and now starring in “The Old Man,” tells EW.
Major League Baseball’s first openly gay player, Glenn Burke is also credited with inventing the high-five.
Cultural influencers take off their blindfolds to destigmatize HIV prevention in ViiV’s “Me in You, You in Me” campaign. [VIDEOS]
Singer Naomi Judd was diagnosed with hepatitis C in 1990 and cured eight years later. She spoke out for those with liver disease.
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