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Obscene phone calls? Off with their heads!
The new side effect is bone death. Yes, the meds play a role. But dig deeper -- it might be immune recovery.
Pristine, progressive Vancouver has a dirty little secret: one of the highest rates of HIV infection in the developed world.
What makes Thabo Mbeki run? was the question the international AIDS community began asking about the deeply private South African...
Here’s a guide to kicking AIDS out of Africa
Who owns HIV? You’ve probably never asked yourself this bizarre question.
Pearl Harbor brought the internment of Japanese Americans. Oklahoma City stoked anti-immigrant laws.
When Rwanda’s extremist and majority Hutu ethnic group committed genocide on Tutsis and moderate Hutus in 1994, they left behind a...
Dogs were dogged in a UC Davis survey to determine which really is man’s best friend, cat or canine.
The makers of Astroglide, Vagisil and ViAmor may not want to market their lubricants as the barebacker’s brands, but they could.
The Catholic archdiocese of Davenport, Iowa, tried to get between me and Lance Loud.
“Condoms...no one’s wearing condoms!” sputters an incredulous Michael (Hal Sparks) in a recent episode of Showtime’s fagship series...
On a January episode, ER -- yes, it’s still on -- got hip to the DL when a young black rapper, his “friend” and his girlfriend came in...
Can removing, tweaking and reinfusing your CD4 cells allow your immune system to control HIV?
T cell: a white blood cell called a lymphocyte produced by the thymus; central to the first line of immune defense called cellular immunity.
What a coup it would be if you and your doctor could know after a single week whether your new HAART combination would work over the long...
“Hit early, hit hard” was yesterday’s HAART mantra.
The stigmata of Kaposi’s sarcoma, a blood-vessel cancer, came to define the AIDS look in the ’80s.
The evidence just keeps mounting that women with HIV develop invasive genital cancers far more often than their neggie sisters.
In January, a Knight-Ridder reporter blanketed the nation with his byline.
Bush has stacked his AIDS council with anti-condom crusaders. Doug Ireland asks if a War on Safe Sex is the new terrorism.
The HIV community responds to an opinion of Tom Coburn, MD, Bush’s new AIDS advisor.
“Did you get lucky?” gay men ask each other, about coming up a winner or loser in the weekend’s sexual lottery.
Sullivan’s Final ContributionPlease remove me from your list of contributing editors immediately. I
Sean Strub checks in with his old pal Kramer a month after the last angry man became one of the first HIVers to get a new liver.