Alysia Abbott shakes off the secrecy of losing her father to AIDS.
Kyle Murphy on why we need National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.
HIV is Not
Robert Suttle on
the first national criminalization conference.
Navigating in the Mainstream
Steph Sherer of Americans for Safe Access on crafting good medical marijuana policy.
Jetsons Care and Prevention
Futuristic highlights from CROI 2014.
Failure to awaken dormant cells deals blow to HIV cure research.
Carl Sciortino is the AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts executive director.
Field of Dreams
Howard Josepher on treating addiction as a chronic condition.
Chris Richey of The Stigma Project on using social media to reach youth.
25 Years of AIDS Prayers
Pernessa Seele urges opening congregations to people with HIV.
Except the Story Isn't True
Mark S. King on how people with HIV became painted as suicide bombers.
Aundaray Guess on how to step into the faith someone is out there waiting.
Douglas Brooks is the new director of the White House Office of National AIDS Policy.
Statement of Ownership
HIV-positive researcher Andrew Spieldenner reflects on his experience with the virus.
The April/May 2014 issue spotlights the state of sex ed and calculating HIV risk.
Deborah Birx, MD, on disagreeing with foreign government policies.
Fish Oil Review
Mike Barr gives us the latest on the potential benefits.
Aging With HIV
Rae Lewis-Thornton admits menopause is more than a notion.
A short trailer for the film adaptation airing May 25 on HBO.
Not So Affordable
The struggle to bring universal health care to people with HIV.
Dignity For All
The first Zero Discrimination Day is March 1, 2014.