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Data to Care: From Start to Finish

This presentaiton presents Data to Care, a public health strategy that uses HIV data to identify HIV- diagnosed individuals not in care, link them to care; while supporting the HIV care continuum

Hepatitis C in Texas

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This information sheet discusses hepatitis C, how it's spread, co-infection with HIV, statistics of hepatitis C in Texas, how it's prevented, how it's treated, and the cost of treatment.

HIV Among Blacks in Texas

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This information sheet discusses the disproportionate HIV rates in the African American community in Texas. It also talks about treatment, awareness of the epidemic, and what is being done to combat further transmission.

Take Charge: A Gay Man's Guide to Sexual Health

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This information sheet discusses tests that gay men should have, including hepatitis, HIV, and STDs. It encourages gay men to have testing on a regular basis and not wait until there are symptoms. It also suggests speaking to a health professional about PrEP, pre-exposure prophylaxis for HIV.

Providing Confidential Reproductive Health Care to Adolescents

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This slide set presents a module that explains why confidentiality is essential to adolescent clinical care. It explores the laws regarding minors’ access to reproductive health services, and describes the ways that mandatory parental involvement laws can affect adolescent health.

Ways to Influence Your Teen’s Sexual Risk Behavior: What Fathers Can Do

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This information sheet is to help guide fathers to influence their teenagers sexual risk behaviors in positive ways. It encourages fathers to monitor and supervise their teen, be involved in their lives, communicate well, and share their values. It also provides a list of resources for additional information and assistance.

National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: Know Your Status

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This information sheet encourages Native Americans to know their HIV status by getting tested. It states that HIV rates for American Indians and Alaska Natives have increased in recent years, while the same time frame found decreases in most other racial and ethnic groups.

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