Posts tagged with: perspectives

One autumn day I brought my children to work with me in the Tenderloin. We took the 38R down O’Farrell and jumped off between Jones...
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  Hepatitis C is a chronic condition for which a cure exists, but at a cost that is so high it often creates barriers to...
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The Street Medicine component of the San Francisco Department of Public Health is a small team of providers and nurses who provide healthcare for people...
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In 2007, when I joined the staff at the San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH) to coordinate HIV testing and prevention services in drug...
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Trans women have 49 times the odds of being HIV-positive than other adults, bearing a greater burden than any population in the world.[i] Access to...
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This week my patient died from a curable, preventable disease. I met John, a 61-year-old man when came to me for hepatitis C treatment. John...
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