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Health Care — HHS allows those living with hep B, HIV to join public service

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The Department of Health and Human Services is expanding eligibility for the U.S. Public Health Service to include people with hepatitis B and HIV. The change was announced on World AIDS Day. A coalition of leading physician groups urged a federal judge in Texas to preserve coverage of preventive services. Sen. Chris Murphy tested positive for COVID-19.
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Health Care — HHS allows those living with hep B, HIV to join public service

Do you have a “swashbuckling attitude”? A “general aura of badassery”? Then you may be the right fit to be NYC’s new “rat czar.” Today in health, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) marked World AIDS Day by changing its eligibility policy to include people with hepatitis B and HIV.  Welcome to Overnight…

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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People Living With HIV Now Allowed to Join U.S. Public Health Corps

Applicants living with HIV and chronic hepatitis B will no longer be rejected from becoming officers in the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps.

2 months ago·Los Angeles, United States
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