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POZ honors the past ten years of the POZ 100
The 2010 POZ 100 list was created to uplift those advocates at a crucial time.
The year we honored 100 people, things and ideas that helped fight HIV.
This list recognized people who made a significant contribution to speeding up the end of AIDS.
A tribute to individuals who work tirelessly on the front lines of the epidemic year after year.
This year’s list ushered in a new generation of changemakers and HIV advocates.
These advocates persevered in their own personal fight against the virus to show others that it is possible to thrive long term with HIV.
This list paid tribute to advocates living and working in the South—the region most impacted by HIV/AIDS.
This list spotlighted the work of women advocates—many of which are members of Positive Women’s Network–USA.
This year’s list included many advocates who are also long-term survivors.
This list recognized the work of TGNCNB advocates both HIV positive and negative.
A list of who’s who on this cover of POZ.
Past POZ 100 honorees share their advice on activism and empowerment.
In the wake of COVID-19, we decided to hit the pause button on POZ 100 to take a look back, celebrating 10 years of advocacy.
Longtime HIV advocates share their insights on aging with HIV, including managing overall health.
HIV blogger and activist Mark S. King turns 60 with a digital blowout celebrating all long-term survivors and featuring A-list celebs.
Long-term survivors release a statement detailing their challenges and demands.
An empowering grassroots U=U campaign
Visual AIDS commissions a new series about HIV today.
Reissues of ’90s Red Hot AIDS benefit albums
These dates represent milestones in the HIV epidemic.
The nonprofit group AID FOR AIDS makes an urgent plea for donations to its HIV Medicine Recycling Program.
C.M. is an educator and artist living with HIV. They critique the conversation around COVID-19 and the notion of “viral hysteria."
Timothy Ray Brown was the first man to be cured of HIV. Following his death, he received an outpouring of appreciation on social media.
Fat in the liver can lead to health complications, including cirrhosis and liver cancer.
Ask POZ is an ongoing section on POZ.com dedicated to answering general wellness questions.
The REPRIEVE study, which is primarily looking at a statin’s effect on cardiovascular disease, is shedding light on many other mysteries.
A new long-acting injectables HIV drug shows promise in monkey study.
The diabetes drug was tied to a decline in body weight during a small study of people with HIV who didn’t have the condition.
Incarceration and police discrimination are linked to HIV risk in Black gay and bisexual men.
The first generic Truvada is now available in the United States.
MK-8507, a long-acting NNRTI, will be tested in a weekly regimen with islatravir.
Loreen Willenberg may be the first woman cured of HIV without a bone marrow transplant.
The U.S. is not on track to hit the WHO’S hepatitis C elimination targets.
Anthony Fauci, MD, leads U.S. efforts against HIV and COVID-19.
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