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Writing for The Wall Street Journal in 1996, Sanford detailed how a new class of HIV meds turned his health around.
Jeffrey Parsons-Hietikko, a former Hunter College professor and leader of CHEST HIV research, must pay back $375,000.
Bill Gates and President Biden laud PEPFAR—which has saved 25 million lives—and urge its reauthorization this year.
FDA issued draft guidelines on a new blood donation policy; it now seeks public comment before the changes are finalized.
Daily pills and long-acting PrEP both scored a grade A for preventing HIV. Now Medicare is considering national coverage.
HIV experts worry that the move is political—some federal grants go to Planned Parenthood—and that other states may turn down funding.
The video series by American Gene Technologies features interviews with HIV advocates, peer leaders, scientists, TikTokers and more.
Fundraising cyclists pedaled from Miami to Key West in November. Checks were presented at a ceremony this week.
Conspiracy theorists ignore Magic Johnson’s own words: “I am certain that I was infected by having unprotected sex with a woman.”
A TV, film and stage star—she played the handsy grandma in “Sixteen Candles”—Carole Cook also championed HIV and LGBTQ causes.
“I worry for my patients,” says a researcher at the Chicago CORE center. The pause also affects trials for cancer, COVID and mpox.
Broadway legend André De Shields and other HIV advocates appear in the commercial to support modernizing HIV crime laws.
The Dallas HIV advocate won his race for Texas Congress.
He is the first person with HIV elected to the Board of Supervisors.
Masen Davis is the executive director of Funders Concerned About AIDS.
The beloved star of TV, film and stage died at age 96.
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