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Puerto Rico’s economic crisis threatens critical progress on HIV.
HIV scientists and advocates are waging a powerful war against the global epidemic.
The current situation for Puerto Ricans living with HIV on the island is yet again dire.
Howard Brown Health is one of the nation’s largest LGBT organizations providing health and social services.
Support grows stronger for a statement on transmission risk when undetectable.
Ten organizations released the “Consensus Statement on HIV ‘Treatment as Prevention’ in Criminal Law Reform.”
A new report highlights the lives and needs of older Latinos living with HIV.
Young gay Latino men in Texas are testing positive for HIV in clusters.
AIDS at Home explores hidden stories of the epidemic.
Autumn offers a stellar lineup of HIV-related reading. Find these suggested titles in the POZ Bookstore:
Andrew Spieldenner tackles the topic of prevention of the virus in his opinion piece titled “Infectious Sex?”
POZ deputy editor Trent Straube shares his observations about essays by author Clay Cane.
The social media buzz on the annual HIV science conference.
The results are in.
An anti-HIV vaginal microbicide gel lowered risk among women with a healthier dominant bacterial population.
Those who start antiretroviral (ARV) treatment for HIV soon after diagnosis experience a greater decline in bone mineral density.
Defective copies of HIV distract the immune system in order to promote overall infection.
Living with HIV—even when the virus is well treated—is linked with a higher risk of compromised lung health.
Women taking various forms of hormonal contraceptives can likely combine them safely with antiretrovirals.
The single-tablet HIV treatment regimen includes the experimental integrase inhibitor bictegravir and the contents of Descovy.
Almost all of a large group of inner-city Baltimore individuals coinfected with HIV and HCV were recently cured of hep C.
ViiV Healthcare has applied to the FDA for approval of the first two-drug antiretroviral (ARV) regimen to treat HIV.
Another study finds that there is no HIV transmission when viral load is fully suppressed.
A 9-year-old South African child infected with HIV at birth has been in an apparent state of extended viral remission.
Researchers have succeeded in immunizing calves and prompting them to produce so-called broadly neutralizing antibodies against HIV.
A new HIV vaccine regimen was well tolerated and elicited a good immune response among participants of a study who did not have the virus.
As a young gay Latino man growing up during the early days of the epidemic, Julio Fonseca was aware of HIV advocacy.