Founded in 1987, the National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Inc. (NBLCA) is the largest nonprofit organization of its kind in the United States. Our mission is to educate, mobilize, and empower black leaders to meet the challenge of fighting HIV/AIDS and other health disparities in their local communities.

 

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African Americans HCV:Clinical Trials & Treatment

An Interactive Discussion – Webinar African Americans Access and Non-Access to Treatment (with Q & A) PRESENTER: Joan A. Culpepper-Morgan, MD Chief, Division of Gastroenterology, Harlem Hospital Center Wednesday, April 30, 2014 (2 – 4:30 pm EST) Register Now by Clicking Here  

National African American Hepatitis C Action Day 2014

Hepatitis C is a serious and often deadly health disparity in black communities throughout the nation: Blacks are twice as likely to have ever been infected with the Hepatitis C virus. More than 75% of adults with Hepatitis C are Baby Boomers (people born between 1945 and1965). Baby Boomers are five times more likely to [...]

NBLCA Presents New York Viral Hepatitis Summit in Harlem

Examines Promising Scientific Advances and Continued Health Disparities That Impact the Black Community New York, NY (March 24, 2014)—At the New York Viral Hepatitis Summit presented by the National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Inc. (NBLCA) on Thursday, March 20 at Harlem Hospital Center in New York City, top medical experts, local public health officials, [...]