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The legal tools to fight back are within your reach.
Tips on Filing an HIV Discrimination Lawsuit
Since AIDS was discovered in 1981, HIV discrimination has been part of its history, as illustrated by these milestones.
Each of us can help fight the flames of negative and unfair beliefs about HIV.
Antiretroviral (ARV) options abound for both those who are new to HIV treatment and those who are experienced.
HIV stigma challenges all of us living with the virus to find the strength to live our lives with dignity and hope.
Diabetes vs. HIVIn a POZ Forums thread titled “I’d rather have HIV than diabetes”
The former AIDSmeds editor-in-chief finds a new role as HIV project director of the Treatment Action Group.
Historian Martin Duberman, author of Hold Tight Gently, explains why we should never forget AIDS pioneers Michael Callen and Essex Hemphill.
Russian lawmakers do not have their fingers on the pulse of HIV prevention.
“Sharpies” and CFAR undergrads study AIDS research.
The “Godfather of House Music” Frankie Knuckles died March 31 at age 59 of diabetes complications, but his legacy will live on bey...
In May, the always-in-fashion Joan Rivers helped prepare the 15 millionth meal for God’s Love We Deliver
Carl Sciortino helms AIDS Action of Massachusetts.
Ryan Lewis’s HIV-positive mom wants to build 30 health centers.
The goal of the website ’My Status is NOT a Secret’ is to reduce stigma by humanizing the HIV experience.
An edited excerpt from a post by POZ blogger Aundaray Guess titled “Coming Back From Zero” on his early struggles with HIV treatment adherence...
Treatment for hepatitis C virus (HCV) is in the midst of a stunning revolution.
A second baby born with HIV has no detectable evidence of the virus following an aggressive antiretroviral (ARV) treatment regimen given short...
Promising research suggests that long-acting antiretrovirals (ARVs) that allow for dosing every one to two months may become a reality.
Two years into a second major study examining the chances of transmitting HIV with an undetectable viral load, there have been no transmission...
An increasing number of men who have sex with men (MSM) are taking HIV tests, and more of those living with HIV are taking antiretrovirals (AR...
Scientists have discovered a 33-year-old woman, diagnosed with HIV at age 19 and lupus at 27, who has developed powerful antibodies that may h...
British Columbia offers solid, real-world evidence that the treatment-as-prevention strategy (TasP) can successfully fight the HIV epidemic.
A man who contracted HIV perhaps 10 days before starting a pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) regimen and who then received full antiretroviral
A laboratory at Johns Hopkins University has thus far failed in its recent quest to use cancer drugs known as HDAC inhibitors to significantly...
Countless New Yorkers with life-threatening and chronic conditions are being required by the health insurance industry to use mail order pharm...
In 1990 I was arrested for marijuana possession. I believe I was HIV positive at the time because I was getting sick, but I was not officially...
According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, about 1.5% of all inmates in state and federal prisons have HIV or AIDS.
GMHC Action Center members and staff participated in AIDSWatch 2014, in Washington, D.C.
Adherence—taking your medication as scheduled—is essential to treating HIV.
When Catherine Wyatt-Morley, a married mother of three from Tennessee, was diagnosed with HIV in 1994, she remembers facing debilitating stigm...