Advocates seek national AIDS strategy in Canada.
LGBT people with HIV in Uganda face life in prison.
Success at a Crossroads
The President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief 10 years later.
Farewell to PEPFAR
Ambassador Eric Goosby resigns as U.S. global AIDS coordinator.
Time to Tip
What needs to happen now to end the AIDS pandemic.
Deborah Birx, MD, has been nominated for U.S. global AIDS coordinator.
Partner violence may reduce female-initiated HIV prevention.
Global Fund Boosts TB Efforts
The Global Fund seeks to reach 3 million people living with TB.
Fall in Kenya
New data analysis shows how Kenya's infection rates have fallen.
Ugandan HIV physician Paul Semugoma, MD, will stay in South Africa.
R.I.P. Nelson Mandela
The former South African president supported HIV/AIDS causes.
The late South African activist Simon Nkoli is an LGBT History Month honoree.
Fire in the Blood
Dylan Mohan Gray warns that the global fight for access to low-cost HIV drugs isn't over.
The WHO puts out a false statement
HIV Clinic Raided in Uganda
U.S.-funded HIV clinic gets raided by police in Uganda.
South Africa Leads in HIV Prevalence
South Africa has the highest HIV incidence in the world.
Hepatitis C Board Meeting
TAG organizes the first Hep C world meeting.
$2M for Youth
UNAIDS gets $2M for HIV treatment for youth.
A New PATH
Grant Colfax joins the international nonprofit Program for Appropriate Technology in Health.
Dignity For All
The first Zero Discrimination Day is March 1, 2014.
Desmond Tutu urges President Obama to increase global access to antiretrovirals.