Fourteen people with HIV have achieved “viral controller” status after being treated with antiretrovirals during the acute phase of infection.
Gay and bisexual men who experience domestic violence are twice as likely to not use condoms.
Cure Buzz Premature?
The cases of two HIV-positive stem cell transplant patients stir debate.
Understanding Disproportionate Black MSM HIV
Research by Gregorio Millett, MPH, shows black men who have sex with men are less likely to engage in risky HIV behaviors.
A new Selzentry regimen of HIV medications shows potential as a first-line therapy for people with the virus.
A Thousand Unite in Protest
The We Can End AIDS march ends in a major red ribbon action at the White House gates.
The criminalization of condoms in major cities across the United States is preventing sex workers from carrying them.
AIDS 2012 Opens
Delegates call on world community to recommit to bringing an end to AIDS through shared global responsibility.
to a Cure
Group notes key priorities for cure research in pre-AIDS 2012 report and symposium.
Most U.S. women at risk for HIV are initially unaware of pre-exposure prophylaxsis, but support it.
Even with ARVs, people with HIV and hepatitis C are at higher risk of serious liver disease compared with HCV monoinfection.
HIV treatment improvements and challenges in 23 countries.
MSM Can Use Home HIV Tests
Men who have sex with men at high risk of HIV can successfully use in-home rapid HIV tests to screen sex partners.
Targeting groups at high risk for HIV for testing and immediate treatment where financial resources are limited.
The Deciding Moment
Phill Wilson (above), Anthony S. Fauci, MD, and Hillary Clinton speak at the opening plenary.
HIV-serodiscordant couples are no more likely to abandon safer sex practices over time.
HHS Welcomes Delegates
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announces innovative public-private partnerships.
TAG, iBase report reviews latest HIV, hep C and TB treatment, cure research.
Fighting HIV Criminalization
Discriminatory laws prevent programs and strategies from effectively stemming the epidemic.
Domestic violence raises the short-term risk of death for women with or at risk for HIV.
Global funding and human rights can overcome the persistence of the pandemic.
The HIV Law Project reports employment discrimination persists in the United States.
Data from San Francisco, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Chicago highlight discrepancies in progress towards universal HIV care.
Blueprint for an AIDS-Free Generation
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton commits to developing a plan for the next phase of U.S. HIV efforts.
Compared with Norvir (ritonavir), people with HIV using cobicistat were just as likely to see their viral loads drop to undetectable.
Valerie Jarrett, senior adviser to President Obama, shares her reflections on the XIX International AIDS Conference.
AVAC, amfAR issue global agenda to end the epidemic.