Researchers using tobacco to cultivate agent for HIV microbicide.
Beyond Blame, Populations and PrEP
An analysis of the themes at the 20th International AIDS Conference.
For the first time, a genetic treatment deletes HIV from human cells.
Check out this new TV dramedy series about life with HIV.
A new study finds 100% protection for gays who adhered daily. But most didn't.
Douglas Brooks on four years of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy.
An essay by gay journalist and author David Hancock on why he's tired of living in fear of HIV.
HIV can disguise itself as bacteria and evade antibodies.
Aundaray Guess on when resistance to treatment leads to hard choices.
AIDS 2014 Research Highlights
A selection of major findings presented at the 20th International AIDS Conference.
Stop the War
Decriminalizing drug use is key to fighting HIV, says Richard Branson at AIDS 2014.
WHO on PrEP
Joseph Sonnabend on the pre-exposure prophylaxis recommendations by the World Health Organization.
Shawn Decker on a milestone in his long journey with HIV.
Morgan Molthrop comes out about his bipolar disorder, addiction and HIV.
The September 2014 issue spotlights Julie Lewis and others aging with HIV.
Submit your nomination for the 2014 POZ 100 today!
Anti-PrEP hysteria is hitting new lows in the gay community, says Peter Staley.
HIV returns in the "Mississippi Baby" once thought cured.
Want a Youth Movement?
Amirah Sequeira of the Student Global AIDS Campaign urges investment in organizing.
A Haven for
Jawanza Williams shares how his program for HIV-positive youth fights stigma.
Paul Semugoma on why he continues to fight for LGBTs and HIV-positive people in Africa.