The Grady Health System again faces a precarious future, even as it reached milestones last week with its advanced surgical center and new funding for the center that specializes in HIV/AIDS treatment.
Ryan White funds for HIV care in pipeline as COVID-19 risks continue
As the CDC establishes the COVID-19 risks for persons living with HIV, metro Atlanta is on track to receive $28 million in federal funding to continue for a year HIV treatment programs for low-income residents in 20 counties.
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Marcus Stroke Network comes as disease hits soaring number of millennials
The Marcus Foundation has donated $15 million to enhance the prevention and treatment of stroke in the Stroke Belt that covers 11 southern states. It comes on the heels of an analysis by Scientific American magazine that shows stroke is no longer a disease of the elderly — it’s striking a soaring number of millennials.