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In his Pulitzer Prize–winning poetry, Jericho Brown reveals how HIV, race and rape can coexist with joy, lust and love. Plus: three poems.
Preserving the stories from 40 years of the epidemic
In this LGBTQ-themed special issue, we spotlight LGBTQ advocates, including our cover subject, Pulitzer Prize–winning poet Jericho Brown.
Activist and author Sarah Schulman discusses the early history of ACT UP New York in a new book.
Portraits and stories from an HIV fundraising book
Protecting LGBTQ equality helps fight HIV.
A New Jersey law prohibits discrimination in long-term care facilities based on HIV status, sexual identity and other qualities.
Promoting HIV prevention among Latinos and African Americans
These dates represent milestones in the HIV epidemic.
Jeremiah Johnson, an activist living with HIV and the HIV project director for the Treatment Action Group, urges for a renewal.
Activist and singer Sherri Lewis, who is living with HIV, recounts how she and her mother confronted and overcame COVID-19.
On March 31, advocacy groups and people around the world took to social media to recognize the International Transgender Day of Visibility.
Monitoring viral load and CD4 count can show how well treatment is working.
Ask POZ is an ongoing section on POZ.com dedicated to answering general wellness questions.
The number of days to an undetectable viral load dropped by nearly two weeks, but there’s more work to do.
Trans people who have gender-affirming surgery are more likely to have undetectable HIV.
North American experts weigh in on the role of breast feeding in the lives of mothers with well-controlled HIV.
13,000 gay and bi Black and Latino men received PrEP care through collaboratives.
An islatravir PrEP implant could prevent HIV for a year.
Study finds that Cabenuva administered every other month maintains viral suppression for two years.
A Brazilian man with HIV is no longer in remission after more than 15 months off treatment.
HIV was linked to an increased prevalence of liver fibrosis in a recent study.
Demetre Daskalakis, MD, MPH, is tackling HIV prevention nationally.
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