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Transgendered people with HIV are making the system work for them.
Vaccine advances into unexplored territory, a place where prevention and treatment may meet.
Dr. Steve has nothing good to say about AIDS research and activism. He also has a map to the end of the epidemic.
Our POZ correspondent decides to enter a VaxGen trial and faces a flood of emotions.
I recently spent an afternoon with an old friend, someone I have known for 20 years.
Many thanks to Phill Wilson and POZ for making the connection between us in the United States and our sisters and brothers in Africa.
Second wave doesn’t hold water, says sex survey
U.S. Surgeon General David Satcher recently spoke with POZ about his vision.
AIDS-drugs-for-Africa protests dog Gore, divide advocates and drive issue.
Cornelius Baker may be the most effective black AIDS advocate on Capitol Hill. But has he lost touch with the streets?
1. Demand that research devote increased attention to the preservation or renewal of the immune system’s CD4 cells.
I have HIV and hep C, but addiction is my major disease.
Drug side effects are often the bane of an HIVer’s existence.
How to mend an aching back and douse that dizzy feeling
Often called the energy factories inside cells, mitochondria may suffer damage from nucleoside analogs.
There has long been an urgent need for an inexpensive preventive for mother-to-child viral transmission.
Researchers search for an effective Plan B for suppressing HIV.
Treatment wonks always advise taking the long view when planning your initial drug regimen.
HIVers, too, can have surgery safely
Stephen Gendin boosts his plunging neutrophils with a cloning drug
Louise Binder keeps the activist fires burning. She laughs a lot, too.
Chuck Nanney is a poet of the protease age.