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The Sero Project has been mobilizing advocates across the country to fight HIV criminalization laws for 10 years—and it’s not done yet.
AIDS Alabama South promotes pre-exposure prophylaxis among women.
Use this poster to help spread the word about HIV criminalization and advocate for change.
HIV criminalization laws must be abolished.
AVAC looks ahead with Anthony Fauci, MD, to what’s next in the fight against HIV and COVID-19.
A New Orleans campaign aims to reduce new cases.
The #FactsAndVax campaign enlists Black influencers.
The commercials aired on the Great American Family Channel.
Philadelphia launches a free virtual PrEP program.
Lashanda Salinas wants to reform HIV criminalization laws.
These dates represent milestones in the HIV epidemic. Visit poz.com/aidsiseveryday to learn more about the history of HIV and AIDS.
The POZ editors compiled the winners, as voted on by readers, of the 7th Annual POZ Awards.
Cleve Jones, Activist and Founder of the AIDS Memorial Quilt, Honored with Lifetime of Commitment Award on World AIDS Day.
World AIDS Day represents an opportunity to raise awareness of the issues many of those living with the virus face.
Most people can find a well-tolerated regimen that maintains viral suppression.
This easy recipe includes nutrient-rich broccoli rabe.
Your gym workout should be tough, but fitting it into your morning routine can be easy.
The guidelines recommend starting treatment as soon as possible after an HIV diagnosis, since early treatment leads to better outcomes.
In recent years, there’s been growing concern about weight gain after starting or switching antiretrovirals.
Overall, people with and without HIV had low and comparable rates of severe breakthrough illness.
While HIV testing and PrEP prescriptions were disrupted, the provision of HIV treatment remained strong.
The virus mutates rapidly, making it difficult to develop a broadly effective vaccine.
After 52 weeks, 83% had an undetectable viral load.
The first par-ticipant was treated last July, and the therapy has been well tolerated so far.
People living with HIV are more likely to smoke than those who are HIV-negative.
She joined The Well Project in 2009 and was named executive director in 2013.
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