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People with HIV can receive organ transplants, which they need at rates higher than their negative peers. If a positive person wants to...
Joseph’s House was founded in 1990 as a refuge for homeless men with HIV. Today it is one of the many places across the United States where pe...
If my doctor had told me I’d live to see the 30th anniversary of AIDS, when I was diagnosed 15 years ago, I wouldn’t have believed him.
In “The POZ 100” (December 2011), we shared the 100 people, things and ideas we loved in the year 2011.
Photographer and director James Houston wants to educate teens—and their parents—about sexual health.
Finally, something we want to spread around the world: tolerance.
This summer, the XIX International AIDS Conference (IAC) is coming to our nation’s capital
Lately, Hershey’s chocolate is leaving a sour taste in our mouths.
Case dismissed: Daniel Allen, an HIV-positive man from Michigan who became the first person in the state to be charged with HIV-related bioter...
Oh the tangled webs they weave: the tortured soul, the police commissioner’s niece, the forbidden love. The sparks! The passion! The...HIV!
For decades, marijuana has been legally—and illegally—smoked, ingested and vaporized to treat the symptoms and side effects of HIV...
Participating in clinical trials can bolster your health—and that of the whole community.
On World AIDS Day, former President Bill Clinton made a bold proposition to help save the lives of more Americans with HIV.
For HIV-positive people who develop non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma including the drug Rituxan with standard chemo increases chances of survival.
Using email spam filter programs, Microsoft researchers are helping seek an HIV vaccine.
Two new protease inhibitors (PIs) for hep C are showing promise in people who also have HIV.
That’s the current estimate.
During 2011, two people in Louisiana died of brain infections after using unboiled tap water instead of sterile water in their neti pots.
A Year of Highs and Lows in PrEP: Breaking down the data and decisions from 2011
Brrr, baby, it’s cold outside.
Fred is a Yorkshire terrier who was born in October 2010.