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Adam Castillejo, aka the London Patient, continues to advocate for a widely applicable HIV cure.
Crystal methamphetamine continues to ensnare gay men, distorting their sex lives and increasing their HIV risk.
As a Cuban American, going to Cuba was a sort of homecoming. As a native New Yorker, seeing London was like looking at a mirror image.
Long-term HIV survivor and author Vishwas Pethe shares his secrets to happiness.
LGBTQ and HIV news
Creating a virtual tool kit for long-term survivors
These dates represent milestones in the HIV epidemic. Please go to poz.com/aidsiseveryday to learn more about the history of HIV/AIDS.
In an opinion piece, the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation lays out concerns about research and offers solutions for inclusion.
Madeline C. Montgomery, MPH, shares what she and her colleagues learned when they asked queer men about pre-exposure prophylaxis.
The always-resilient HIV community will face head-on whatever future challenges come its way.
“To end the HIV epidemic, we need to provide equitable access to people who could most benefit.”
In the midst of the pandemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) tried a similar approach for HIV testing.
AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) use appears to be growing consistently among men and women and among young people.
When the researchers asked folks about their experience of care while in jail, only 30% said it was satisfactory.
Some people say they find long-acting injections more convenient than daily pills, which could increase uptake and adherence.
They started on lenacapavir pills and then switched to injections every six months plus an optimized back-ground regimen.
She has not experienced viral rebound and tests negative for HIV antibodies.
Previous research showed that HIV-positive people have higher rates of cardiovascular problems.
Over half of people with HIV and 17% of those newly diagnosed are 50 and older.
So easy and so very good
Physical activity also reduces the risk of comorbidities that occur at higher rates in people living with HIV.
His work is profound, beautiful, at times startling and always ferociously honest.
When disaster strikes, will you be ready?
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