In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
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Meet six activists living with the virus and fighting for your rights.
Gazing into the crystal ball at the epidemic’s future reveals many exciting advancements. Lower infection rates is just the beginning.
This quick-reference chart compares available HIV medication options, including adult dosing and dietary restrictions.
I am by nature an introvert. To those who know me from before 1992, this isn’t news.
GNP+ works with communities of people living with HIV around the world to make sure their voices are heard.
The “#uncoverHIV” campaign reaches a U.S. region that the CDC rates as high risk for both HIV and hepatitis C.
A rally and dance party was held at the New York City AIDS Memorial to supported the “Undetectable = Untransmittable” campaign
Before starting PrEP, Evan J. Peterson decided to date HIV-positive dudes.
A bilingual campaign encourages HIV awareness and prevention among women of color.
An edited excerpt of an opinion piece titled “Dear President Trump: A Letter From the Congressional HIV/AIDS Caucus”
Mark S. King makes the case for why long-term survivors have widely applicable insights on dying with dignity, grace and preparation.
The social media buzz on this gene-editing technology [SLIDESHOW]
POZ recently asked you about HIV-related issues at work. Here are your responses.
Why an even partially effective HIV vaccine could be key to beating the global pandemic
And its link to maintaining viral suppression
Another man living with HIV attempts to stay off antiretrovirals after a bone marrow transplant to treat his leukemia.
The first children to be born with HIV are becoming adults. Here’s data on their viral loads and CD4 counts.
African Americans living with HIV lag behind their white counterparts in receiving medical care and treatment for the virus.
If people living with HIV who smoke quit their cigarette habit, they soon slash their risk of numerous cancers.
Khadijah Abdullah will help lead the inaugural Faith HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (FHAAD) on August 27.