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New York City and San Francisco want to end their HIV epidemics.
Meet three guys who got HIV after starting Truvada as pre-exposure prophylaxis. How does this happen, and how are they doing today?
Our cover story takes an in-depth look at the strategies San Francisco and New York City is implementing to fight HIV/AIDS.
Feedback on the individual who serocoverted while on PrEP and the film The Brothers Grimsby, in which Donald Trump contracts HIV.
Destination Tomorrow, a grassroots agency in the South Bronx, provides services for the local LGBT community.
Young gay men in Florida and across the globe get the urge to fight HIV.
A survey of 180 HIV-positive women spells out the challenges and needs of this population in the rapidly changing health care landscape.
Rising abuse of heroin and prescription opioids has led to outbreaks of HIV and hepatitis C.
The Positively Trans project at the Transgender Law Center launched an online poll to assess the experiences of trans people with HIV.
Greg Louganis is honored on a box of Wheaties.
A team of researchers looked at blood samples taken from gay and bisexual men in 1978 and 1979 to determine when HIV took hold in the U.S.
The FDA has approved the single-tablet antiretroviral regimen Odefsey, which includes a new, safer version of tenofovir.
HIV-positive people may want to watch what they drink. The limit of how much alcohol is safe is lower for them.
The CDC has projected that fully achieving the National HIV/AIDS Strategy goals could reduce new infections by 70 percent in five years.
A steadily increasing proportion of Americans living with HIV have a fully suppressed virus.
People on HIV treatment tend to overestimate their chances of passing the virus to others.
A Canadian man has become the first person to experience a documented case of presumed failure on Truvada as PrEP.
HIV treatment taken only every two months is moving closer to reality.
Yet another study has shown the extreme complexity of the viral reservoir, where HIV hides from ARV treatment, frustrating cure attempts.
POZ recently asked you about your choices when it comes to your HIV treatment. Here are your responses.
Michael Broder has been publishing one poem every day in a countdown to the 35-year anniversary of the first report of AIDS.