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Now that AIDS is perceived as manageable in America, celebrity activism often means an African adoption or a public-service announcement.
For two years, the POZ Survey has asked you to share insights on living with HIV. We’ve tallied your answers and here share the results.
While HIV may be manageable for many, other HIV-related concerns can still make us sick.
For this Alaskan, there’s something fishy going on.
It’s human nature to beware a free product—particularly one as vital as a condom.
A new book chronicles the condom’s heroic past
Hosting a holiday bash? Here’s what to serve when the eggnog runs dry: festive holiday condoms.
How did you come up with your profile name? It’s a nickname my Brazilian best friend gave me in college.
Money versus biology in HIV treatment effectiveness—guess which wins?
Spreading HIV in Asia, for richer or for poorer
A study confirms a simple—and often stylish—route to better HIV-med adherence.
Can being pregnant boost your health?
The FDA has approved two new drugs, Pfizer’s Selzentry (maraviroc) and Merck’s Isentress (raltegravir), for HIV that’s resistant to othe...
What do we mean when we talk about “black AIDS”?
Where’s the housing for HIV-positive Chicagoans?
Its national blood supply is still at risk for HIV.
POZ’s gift guide spotlights some holiday presents—for every budget—that benefit the AIDS community and raise awareness.
Nelson Mandela will host foundation’s annual 46664 World AIDS Day Concert, including Peter Gabriel, Annie Lennox and Ludacris.
What began as a conversation about poor AIDS awareness in India has become one of the year’s most buzzworthy films.
The CBS prime-time game show Power of 10 told viewers what POZ has told you for years: Stigma lurks in America’s pools.
The IV-drug users of downtown Vancouver have a new ally in the fight to get clean.
Twenty-four years ago this month, the NBC medical drama St. Elsewhere (1982–1988) aired a doozy of a Christmas episode: “AIDS and Comfort....
Dusting off essential AIDS fiction
A New York City painter challenges a World AIDS Day (December 1) tradition by teaching his class of HIV-positive aspiring artists to keep AIDS...
Without ever attending medical school, this activist learned how to save lives—by recycling AIDS drugs to people in need.
Jesse Cameron Alick confronts his black brothers’ HIV skepticism.
I loved the story on Jesse Sanchez. Though I’m more than twice his age, it spoke to me.