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More Than 45,000 Californians Living With HIV Would Be Impacted by Medicaid Cuts in Senate Health Plan

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According to a fact sheet from the California HIV/AIDS Policy Research Centers, the cuts would be felt by patients covered by Medi-Cal

A Final Test for Policy Analysis Projects

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UCLA Luskin public policy master’s degree culminates in a public forum in which students present Applied Policy Projects on issues of regional, global importance

Making a Local Impact

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Luskin Senior Fellow Mitchell Katz talks about boosting health care at the local level — even when the feds won’t pitch in.

Despite Ongoing Meningitis Outbreak, Vaccination Among Gay Men Remains Low

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Limited two-dose completion among HIV-positive men puts them at particular risk, according to new study by UCLA Luskin researchers

Taking the Fight for LGBT Health Equity to the Streets

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UCLA Luskin Social Welfare professor Ian Holloway earns national recognition for his groundbreaking research