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During the late 1980s, a group of New York mothers, fathers and friends became AIDS advocates.
Almost 1 million Americans living with the HIV virus remain untreated for HIV even with lifesaving treatment.
Just in time for Mother’s Day, this issue is a tribute to many remarkable moms (and others who provide motherly-like love in our battle...
I enjoyed the POZ cover story on Congresswoman Lee.
David France’s new film about the history of AIDS treatment activism lit up the Sundance Film Festival—and hopes to inspire a new genera...
Proof that the road to marriage leads to good health: A Columbia University study found that in states where same-sex marriage is legal, gay m...
In January the U.S. Food and Drug Administration fined the American Red Cross, the biggest U.S. supplier of donated blood, almost $10...
A coalition of advocacy groups is throwing support behind a bill introduced by U.S. Representative Barbara Lee (D--Calif.) to review and repea...
Each October, it seems the whole word turns pink to raise awareness for breast cancer.
Have you noticed the surge of HIV/AIDS references on reality TV lately?
This year’s U.S. presidential race has already had its share of political gaffes.
This July the XIX International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012) is coming to Washington, DC.
On December 16, 2009, President Obama signed into law an end to the 21-year ban on federally funded syringe-exchange programs.
Oral PrEP is when HIV-negative people take a daily dose of HIV meds to reduce their chance of contracting HIV sexually.
Roughly 55 percent of people with HIV/AIDS globally may need to take anti-seizure drugs.
Here’s some stimulating news for people with HIV-related peripheral neuropathy (PN).
A new study has revealed that 18 percent of women living with HIV experience depression, compared with 14 percent of men.
The British HIV Association has released new draft guidelines on prescribing antiretroviral drugs to HIV-positive people.
An ordinary household drug might help prevent cervical cancer in women living with HIV and HPV (human papillomavirus, a primary cause of the c...
’Tis the season for renewal, from the green peeking out from under gray snow to the flower buds bursting to bloom.
Nathaniel Pier was a private physician who treated people living with AIDS in New York City during the epidemic’s initial outbreak in the earl...