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High rates of undiagnosed infection among Black trans women. Black transgender women have one of the highest rates of HIV of any population
Smoke Pot, Keep Sharp? People with HIV who smoke pot may have less cognitive decline related to the virus compared with those who abstain. READY FULL STORY
  • The Food and Drug Administration has approved a single-tablet regimen for the treatment of HIV in adults. READ FULL STORY
  • Evidence now supports global consensus that an undetectable viral load with antiretroviral treatment has effectively zero chance of transmitting HIV. READ FULL STORY
  • New study suggests an alarming difference in HIV knowledge among younger gay and bi men. READ FULL STORY
  • Men are less likely than women to take an HIV test, less likely to access antiretroviral therapy, and more likely to die of AIDS-related illnesses. READ FULL STORY
  • Scientists discover a new way to deliver HIV meds via a once-a-week capsule, and it just might change the world. READ FULL STORY
  • Whether you’ve just started treatment or have been on it for several months or years, you can switch medications when your viral load is undetectable. READ FULL STORY
  • Survey found that 40 percent of Americans don’t think Native Americans still exist. READ FULL STORY
  • The story of Robert Rayford symbolizes how the story of HIV has been told through a white lens — for nearly 50 years. READ FULL STORY
  • Recent studies underscore HIV-positive African-Americans and transgender men are still being left behind other populations. READY FULL STORY


PrEP Tied To HIV Decline - researchers have concluded that PrEP is independently associated with a significant decline in U.S. HIV diagnoses. READ FULL STORY
Study shows that PrEP combined with regular STI screenings actually reduces the transmission of both HIV and other STIs among gay and bisexual men by up to 40 percent. READ FULL STORY
  • Young gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men, particularly black and Latino, are at highest risk for HIV. READ SUMMARY HERE
  • Evidence that “on-demand” PrEP taken before and after sex can prevent HIV. READ FULL STORY
  • PrEP proves one of best tools in stopping and preventing HIV transmission. READ FULL STORY
  • How well do condoms protect gay men from HIV? READ FULL STORY

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Zepatier Zaps Acute Hep C In 8 Weeks - Among a group of largely HIV-positive gay and bi men, Zepatier (grazoprevir/elbasvir) boasted a 99 percent cure rate READ FULL STORY

Syphilis On The Rise

Over the last decade infections have risen approximately 150%, most notably among men who have sex with men ages 20-44, and women ages 20-29. Syphilis rates among African Americans are almost double that of all other ethnic groups. Get tested today! 4433 Florin Rd. Ste. 860, Sacramento CA 95823.

'Culture of Health' Requires Focus on Young Men of Color, Study Finds
Expanding opportunities and eliminating barriers to health and success for young men of color is critical to fully realizing a national "culture of health" designed to address the barriers and disparities faced by young men of color READ FULL STORY
  • Vaginal Ring Aims To Be An Anti-HIV Drug & Contraceptive READ FULL STORY
  • A test from allows users to test at home for 13 different sexually transmitted infections. READ FULL STORY
  • Researchers looking to understand what factors help predict whether someone with HCV will later contract HIV, READ FULL STORY
  • Over 70% of Adults Think Heterosexual Anal Sex Has Low HIV and STD Risk READ FULL STORY
  • Meningitis raises concern of new epidemic for gay and bisexual men. READ FULL STORY


GRS Executive Director Clarmundo Sullivan delivered the keynote speech at Sierra Pride Days. A gay man of color tells his story of starting an HIV resource center for gay men of color. "There was a moment in my life when I had to choose to be either a Black Gay Man or a Gay Black Man—and those are two distinct things."

The All of Us Research Program came together with Golden Rules Services and the Sacramento LGBT Center to conduct an in-person Community Listening Session with LGBTQ-identified community members who reside in the greater Sacramento area and are over 18 years of age. READ THE FINDINGS HERE

NorCal AIDS Cycle (NCAC) awarded GRS an $18,000 grant in August. Thank you to the many volunteers, cyclists and organizers for their support! This will help GRS assist with serving the highest "in-risk" populations with free HIV testing, HCV testing, STI screnings and navigation into PEP, PrEP, and HIV care.
Congratulations James Douglas for receiving the "Unsung Hero" Award. This was his eighth year of crew participation. Thank you James!
On April 21 Queen Mother Nicole I of the Imperial Court System presented Golden Rule Services Founder and CEO Clarmundo Sullivan with the  International Cleve Jones HIV-AIDS Leadership Award which recognizes excellence and commitment by HIV-AIDS organizations, agencies, individuals, and leaders in the continuing fight against HIV-AIDS.