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For the sixth annual POZ 100, we turn the spotlight on people who have been making a difference in the fight against HIV/AIDS
The honorees are long-term survivors. Diagnosed with HIV in 1995 or earlier, they all were living with the virus before effective treatment.
POZ’s fall cover story ’Suppression Superheroes’ (September 2015) featured a new program at New York City’s Housing Works.
Renowned jazz pianist and composer Fred Hersch, also a long-term HIV/AIDS survivor, celebrates his life at 60.
A photography exhibit re-creates iconic moments many long-term survivors know.
To celebrate his survival and to raise money for the MTV Staying Alive Foundation, Decker has recorded a Depeche Mode cover album.
Long-term survivors make a declaration.
Not to state the obvious, but the HIV-related needs of transgender people are not exactly the same as those of gay men or other men who have s...
Just days after Amnesty International called for the decriminalization of sex work, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security raided the New Yo...
Sean Dorsey Dance gives voice—and much love—to a forgotten generation of AIDS survivors, including transgender people.
Aundaray Guess reflects on the meaning of his AIDS diagnosis in an excerpt of a recent POZ blog post.
Experimental non-daily-dosing protocols for pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) may offer high protection against HIV through anal sex.
A weekly injection of an HIV antibody boasted a 98 percent success rate in battling the virus among participants in a small study.
Researchers significantly reduced HIV levels in mice with a genetic therapy that prompts immune cells to better fight the virus.
Just 7 percent of American youths recently diagnosed with HIV achieved an undetectable viral load during a recent two-year study
Two and a half years into a large program in San Francisco, none of the more than 650 men who have sex with men on PrEP have contracted HIV.
The most effective birth control methods for women with HIV are implants and injectable hormonal contraceptives.
Antiretrovirals used to boost the levels of other HIV meds are the most likely to have dangerous interactions with common recreational drugs
Recent trials of the latest hepatitis C virus medications have brought more good news for people coinfected with HCV and HIV.
POZ asked for your thoughts about initiatives to end the AIDS epidemic in New York, Minnesota and Washington.
The phrase long-term survivors is applied to people with HIV living with the virus for years. But what about HIV-negative people?