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POZ founder Sean Strub is a self-described “leftie gay guy with AIDS for mayor” in a documentary on Amazon Prime Video.
Donald Trump made the error during a speech about COVID-19.
In 1992, I tested HIV positive. In 2020, I tested antibody positive for COVID-19.
The HIV-themed episode “72 Hours” debuted on February 17, 1990.
The transgender advocate and 2019 POZ 100 honoree died Wednesday, November 6.
The blogger, author and activist wins the 2019 NLGJA Excellence in Opinion/Editorial Writing Award for “The Truth About the 7,000.”
WNYC discusses the latest HIV news, including the 2nd person in long-term HIV remission, proposed federal health care cuts, PrEP and U=U.
Commemorating its 25th anniversary, the fundraiser will support U.S. HIV groups for the first time.
THRIVE SS releases the 5th wave of its iTHRIVE self-love and HIV acceptance campaign.
Artists and activists come together to create handmade paper valentines for women living with HIV around the world.
The inaugural display in 1987 was during the National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights.
The Black AIDS Institute launches a new report on how healthcare access affects the HIV epidemic in the Black community.
It is predicted that within a few weeks the country will face a near universal stock out of antiretroviral treatment.
The first national monument to tell the story of the struggle for LGBT rights.
The work of the late artist, who was lost to AIDS in 1996, is on display in New York through June.
Shortages threaten lack of access by the end of June 2016.
Watch videos of advocates from across the country gathering to lobby Congress on HIV/AIDS issues during AIDSWatch 2016.
The March 2016 issue of POZ magazine is online.
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