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UMKC professor discovers new strain of HIV

A UMKC professor helped discover the first new subtype of HIV in nearly 20 years.  The strain, called HIV-1 Group M, Subtype L, comes from...

Stand Up, Speak Out | Panel Pushes Against HIV laws

A discussion Wednesday night spotlighted the recent controversy of a University of Missouri wrestler penalized with 30 years in jail for infecting someone with...

What do you know about HIV?

At 1 p.m. on April 23 in the Student Union, UMKC will host its first ever “What Do You Know About HIV?” informational event....

MindBody Connection helps students know their status

Every second Tuesday of the month, free STD testing is offered to students at the MindBody Connection, located in room 112 of the Student...

A Healthy Student is a Smart Student

The Student Health and Wellness Center is staffed with nurse practitioners carrying out their mission to “provide quality health care and health promotion that...

Ban on Gay Blood Donors Outdated

Because of the person I love, I cannot give blood. Since 1977, certain citizens have been forced to live in second-class based on their...

MindBody Connection will offer free HIV, Chlamydia and Gonorrhea testing

According to aids.gov, every 9.5 minutes, one person in the U.S. is infected with HIV. One in five people currently living with HIV is...

Why is ‘sex positive’ a taboo?

World AIDS Day, Dec. 1 of each year, draws awareness of the disease, its sufferers and its victims. Right now, 1.2 million people in the...

UMKC provides free HIV/ STI testing

Last Thursday, UMKC partnered with Student Health and Wellness, the Kansas City, Mo. Health Department and The Good Samaritan Project to sponsor a free...

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