After a challenging 2020, 2021 is starting a bit easier for 11 South Florida organizations that advocate for people with HIV.
The search for more advanced HIV treatments continues as scientists diligently work to find a cure and develop vaccines.
HIV is now a manageable disease that can be kept in check with medicine. But people living with HIV are at a higher-than-normal risk of having other illnesses. One of the comorbidities linked with is cardiovascular disease.
The Fort Lauderdale organization dedicated to funding HIV/AIDS research, The Campbell Foundation, has announced that its Executive Director, Ken Rapkin, will receive the Broward House “Spirit of Hope” award.
The Campbell Foundation, a Fort Lauderdale based nonprofit HIV/AIDS organization, awarded a $75,000 grant to fund a team of researchers in Philadelphia.
It hurts, but Elijah Manley said he is not giving up.
Ken Rapkin gets it: We are living in a time when people are juggling multiple responsibilities, dealing with new anxieties and often simply trying to make ends meet and get through the day.
A proposed ballot referendum on term limits failed to receive a majority approval by Wilton Manors commissioners.