Funders Concerned About AIDS on the need for better data.
Reducing the risk of sexually transmitted infections in the age of PrEP.
The late comedian ruled the red carpet and the red ribbon.
Depression, God and Staying Alive
Rae Lewis-Thornton is tired of AIDS.
Arguing for more HIV/AIDS funding as part of LGBT philanthropy in the South.
An HIV-positive new media consultant explains the new online AIDS fundraiser.
Back on Board
reflects on a revealing new documentary about his life.
What's Up, Doc?
Choosing the best doctor if you're living with HIV and hep C.
The AIDS Activist Project
Bill Bytsura brings portraits of ACT UP members to the masses.
Aundaray Guess feels fortunate to be among those who survived the initial HIV/AIDS storm.
The FDA approves a new single-tablet HIV regimen.
What Is Triumeq?
A complete guide to the new fixed-dose combination tablet from ViiV.
Advocating your way to effective treatment if you have both HIV and hepatitis C.
HIV can disguise itself as bacteria and evade antibodies.
The September 2014 issue spotlights Julie Lewis and others aging with HIV.
Mark S. King reviews a one-man comedy show on addiction.
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.
Douglas Brooks on four years of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy.