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From Brooklyn to Beijing, these mavericks, pioneers and agitators will make this the last decade of AIDS. POZ picks 10 winners.
Start the New Year with eight resolutions you can make and keep
Treatment trials and tribulations: Will the sun shine on HIVers in Uganda?
On October 25, 30 Drug Enforcement Agency troops stormed the Los Angeles Cannabis Resource Center (LACRC) in West Hollywood, California.
Read between the lines the next time you see a newspaper article with AIDS stats.
The anonymous speaker sat off on one side of the stage, green glowsticks and shadowy lighting obscuring his identity.
In a breathtaking-and-giving victory for HIVers, poor nations got the green light to access affordable generic drugs last November at the...
University of Rome researchers checked the results of a 1997 World Health Organization/UNAIDS survey
In a November decision rare for both its independence and its invective, U.S. District Judge Robert E. Jones blocked Attorney General John..
Self-ID’ing homos in an L.A. jail can enjoy their illegal sex safely now that the county sheriff has begun distributing condoms.
A chill is falling on HIV prevention groups that take federal money.
Q: What can we do [about prevention] to stem the spread of HIV in the gay community?
We’ve got the juice!...and then some.
A Thai study found that vaginal cleansing, drying and even “tightening” products can up a woman’s risk of HIV infection.
Celebrated aids doc Brian Gazzard made headlines earlier this year when he kicked off treatment-conservative Britain’s first-ever program...
“Hideous!” is how New York City HIVer Tom Weise describes the November decision by the FDA to block imports of an injectable gel used to.....
Those oozing eruptions and cakey scabs on your lip feel bad, look worse and are lethal for your love life.
If it feels so good, it couldn’t be bad, right? Not quite, rave child.
“Yippee!” I thought at the arrival of Transgender and HIV (Haworth).
Directly Observed Therapy (DOT) for HIVers was launched last November by the Baltimore health department.
“Quarantine” in the headlines? AIDS activists as “terrorists”? Doug Ireland fears for the future when everything old is new.
Black advocates and Scott Evertz are AIDS’ newest couple. LeRoy Whitfield asks if the marriage and the man are just for show.
Staying well with HIV is a full-time engagement.
After a lifetime carrying a flame for the Olympics, Paul Harris gets to do it for real.