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Aging with HIV doesn’t have to mean living without love.
Lambda Legal fights for LGBT people and everyone living with HIV.
Stephen Barker’s portraits show early AIDS activists, minus all the anger
I remember very well how heartbroken I was after testing HIV positive.
The ADAP Advocacy Association seeks to protect the federally funded AIDS Drug Assistance Program.
Advice via a transgender documentary
AIDS.gov was recently rechristened to HIV.gov.
MAO turns 30.
This summer, six members of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS resigned because President Trump “simply does not care.”
Photography book Dogs & Daddies raises funds to help youth living with HIV.
Glenna McCarthy makes the case that despite living with HIV, lipodystrophy and aging, she is at her best right now.
The social media buzz on Long-Term Survivor Awareness Day
State laws that criminalize people who don’t first disclose their HIV status before potential exposure don’t appear to prevent transmission.
TaiMed Biologics has applied for approval of the weekly injectable antibody ibalizumab for people with multidrug-resistant virus.
For the first time, scientists have used the powerful, cutting-edge CRISPR/Cas9 gene-editing method to snip HIV out of infected mice.
Heavy drinking may be quite hazardous to HIV-positive people.
Continued improvements in ARVs have likely further raised life expectancy for the average 20-year-old who starts treatment today.
The Food and Drug Administration recently approved a generic formulation of Gilead Sciences’ antiretroviral Truvada.
As the HIV population ages, the cancer burden will shift away from those associated with AIDS and toward those connected to aging.
People who are living with both HIV and hepatitis C virus (HCV) have a higher risk of developing non-AIDS-defining cancers.
Gloria Searson has been fighting to end the epidemic in New York City for almost 25 years.