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Substance abuse fuels HIV rates—and is prevalent among people with HIV—but it can be overcome.
People with HIV who take antiretrovirals may lower their chance of spreading the virus by 96 percent. Or is it 26 (or even 100)?
The ultimate hope most of us living with HIV wish for is a cure, of course, and an end to the pandemic. Until then, most of us are seeking as...
These stories are very inspirational. I hope that something like this can be a reality for me.
Under new leadership, AIDS United strengthens its grant making, advocacy and policy work nationwide.
Anthem Blue Cross sued for requiring HIV clients to order meds through the mail.
Reebok gives Keith Haring’s artwork new soul.
This artsy, celeb-studded campaign tackles an icky HIV stigma.
Rebooting Iowa’s Siouxland AIDS Coalition.
In May 1983, a groundbreaking booklet introduced a controversial idea to gay men: condoms.
A judge rules that Alabama prisons must stop segregating HIV-positive inmates. That leaves only one state with this practice on the books.
Four HIV-related documentaries made it to this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Look for them on a big screen—or a small screen—near...
In the piece “What Would King Do?” Lora RenÃ© Tucker pays tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. and wonders what role he’d pla...
People with HIV suffer from high rates of cardiovascular disease (CVD), but the virus appears less to blame than the same risk factors that af...
Harvard’s Massachusetts General Hospital HIV Clinic improved the health of HIV patients by creating an enhanced system of electronic alerts th...
A poll of 165 health care providers in Washington, DC, and the Bronx, New York, found that 95 percent “strongly agreed” or “...
The HPTN 052 study found that successful antiretroviral (ARV) use can reduce the likelihood of HIV transmission among heterosexual...
People with HIV are likely to live long lives, similar with having other diseases which are well-controlled.
Scientists have developed an electrically spun cloth that can create both a chemical and a physical barrier against sperm and HIV.
The FDA has approved Fulyzaq (crofelemer), the first drug to relieve symptoms of the diarrhea that is a side effect of antiretrovirals.
Researchers have been investigating a newly discovered gene, which may one day be manipulated to fight chronic infections such as HIV, hepatit...
Study finds HIV-positive smokers with a well-controlled virus lose far more years off their life expectancy to cigarettes than to HIV.
When discrimination takes place, it’s important to know your rights and to stand up for yourself (or others) whenever possible.
Devarah “Dee” Borrego was diagnosed with HIV a few weeks after her 21st birthday. That was in 2005.