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In this excerpt, long-term survivor and activist Rae Lewis-Thornton shares why she decided to tell her HIV story.
Mpox cases have declined dramatically, but people living with HIV remain at greater risk.
Display this poster as a reminder of upcoming awareness days, and use the hashtags shown to promote them on social media.
For many of us who are HIV positive, trauma is a fact of life.
A new organization addresses the needs of people living with HIV and long COVID.
The Dallas HIV advocate won his race for Texas Congress.
He is the first person with HIV elected to the Board of Supervisors.
Masen Davis is the executive director of Funders Concerned About AIDS.
The beloved star of TV, film and stage died at age 96.
Lambda Legal seeks an end to a “discriminatory” policy.
In addition to Will & Grace, his legacy includes HIV advocacy.
Tracy L. Johnson Jr. wants to let others know they are important.
These dates represent milestones in the HIV epidemic. Visit poz.com/aidsiseveryday to learn more about the history of HIV and AIDS.
In a blog post titled “Thank You,” NMAC executive director Paul Kawata expresses his gratitude for the over 3,000 people.
In a blog post titled “Five Takeaways From the 2022 U.S. Conference on HIV/AIDS,” POZ contributing writer Mark S. King shares his thoughts
Puerto Rican HIV advocates with their presence, sharing knowledge, resources and, for the first time in years, in-person smiles and hugs.
Determining the causes of fatigue is the first step toward treating or managing it.
A healthier, tasty twist on a classic Louisiana comfort food
Try these four tips to incorporate exercise into your regular activities.
The trial enrolled more than 4,600 previously untreated people who entered the trial with a CD4 count above 500.
Increased engagement in care added 1.4 life-years for Black men and 1.0 life-years for white men.
More than half of people living with HIV in the United States are now 50 or older.
Less than 1 in 10 survey respondents were currently using PrEP.
HIV and hepatitis C virus share some of the same transmission routes.
Treatment was generally safe and well tolerated.
A trial is recruiting adults on antiretroviral therapy who have had an undetectable viral load for at least a year.
The buildup of fat in the liver can lead to fibrosis, cirrhosis and liver cancer.
David “Jax” Kelly has been an HIV activist for decades.
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