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As Congressional Republicans on the Hill slash government spending and attempt to reverse Obama's health care reform, HIV advocates call cuts...
For L'OrÃ©al's hairdressers, taming bad hair—and HIV—is all in a day's work.
A study suggests that HIV meds can prevent infection. But questions remain about treatment as prevention.
Less known than PrEP, but possibly a better option
A recent POZ.com blog, “New Empathy for Neuropathy,” by Laura Whitehorn, hit a nerve—pardon the pun—with our re...
Promoting testosterone replacement therapy
Researchers recently discovered five amino acid keys that explain why some people can control HIV without drugs—and offer hope for those...
The drug development pipeline currently holds very few new meds to suppress HIV. But on other fronts, drugs to help with side effects and coin...
Keep a Child Alive raises $1M via the digitally dead.
Mark Ishaug is president and CEO of AIDS United, a new Washington, DC-based organization launched in January. For 20 years, he was pre...
You've heard of HIV—now you can listen to it.
A new documentary from MTV's Staying Alive Foundation
1 in 4 black transgender people are HIV positive.
iCondom locates free condoms near you.
Events across the globe on December 1 commemorated World AIDS Day 2010.
Cry Me a River
Soon after he tested positive for HIV in 1999, Duane Quintana contemplated what, exactly, would have prevented him from contracting the virus...
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