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Can personal choice and public health find common ground in pre-exposure prophylaxis?
An analysis of the themes at the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, Australia.
The aftermath of HIV criminalization advocacy in Iowa.
At a personal level and with proper adherence, PrEP is highly effective at preventing HIV.
I had non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in 2005 and was treated early and aggressively. I stayed on my HIV meds and have been cancer-free since.
Bienestar marks 25 years of serving the HIV/AIDS and other health needs of Latinos in Southern California.
With cameras rolling, William Brawner discloses his HIV status.
After 27 years, AIDS Walk Washington is now renamed The Walk to End HIV.
Thirty years ago, New York was the epicenter of the AIDS crisis--today I am proud to announce that we are in a position to be the first state...
Morgan Molthrop had “HIV Positive / Bipolar / Recovering Addict” tattooed on his chest as a way to disclose all three conditions.
Do stigma and shame kill? That tragic idea is explored in the documentary Broken Heart Land.
Smoking and HIV don’t mix.
Southwest CARE Center serves Santa Fe, Roswell and more.
Today, Kenney marks a 10-year relationship with a man who is HIV negative, and she is the very proud grandmother of three.
Journalist and author David M. Hancock apologizes in his opinion piece titled “True Story.”
Smoking cigarettes appears to harm the immune systems of people with HIV who are on treatment for the virus and have a fully suppressed viral...
Janssen R&D Ireland and ViiV Healthcare are joining forces to develop a new two-drug, single-tablet regimen to treat HIV.
HIV-positive people are apparently less likely to receive treatment for cancer when compared with those who do not have the virus.
A new UNAIDS report found significant drops in the rate of new global HIV cases as well as AIDS-related deaths in recent years.
Men and transgender women who have sex with men and who took Truvada as PrEP in a recent trial were totally protected against HIV if they adhe...
Gilead Sciences’ Sovaldi (sofosbuvir) and ribavirin cured high rates of people coinfected with HIV and hepatitis C virus (HCV).
While the chance is slim, HIV-positive heterosexuals who have been taking antiretrovirals (ARVs) longer than six months and who are in regular...
You may be better off staying the course than switching your HIV meds, provided you have little or no drug resistance.
Treating HIV-positive infants with an aggressive regimen of antiretrovirals (ARVs) shortly after birth can greatly reduce the establishment of...
The famed “Mississippi Baby,” thought to be functionally cured of HIV, has experienced a resurgence of the virus.
We asked readers to weigh in on their thoughts about the use of Truvada as a way for HIV-negative people to reduce their risk of infection.
On July 29, 2014, after living more than two decades with HIV, Nello Carlini celebrated his 90th birthday.