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Mpox Resurgence: What You Should Know

TThe CDC recently estimated a 35% likelihood of an mpox resurgence this year. The best way to stop the spread of the virus is to receive both doses of the mpox vaccine.

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The Los Angeles LGBT Center On the Dodgers' Apology to the Sisters Of Perpetual Indulgence

Read the Center's response to the Dodgers' reinstating their invitation to honor the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence at next month’s Pride Night.

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Meet John

I left the Center that day with hope in my heart that things were going to be okay.

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Meet Russ

Just someone shaking your hand or giving you a hug is priceless to seniors like me.

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