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Aging and other conditions often pose additional challenges for those with HIV.
All aspects of HIV prevention and care must be accessible to everyone.
Lee Daniels confronts his demons by caring for his communities.
In this special issue dedicated to aging with HIV, our cover story explores the intersection of living with HIV and limited mobility.
Three curators discuss their recent exhibitions and the pivotal role of HIV and AIDS posters.
A display of nearly 3,000 panels marked a return to its birthplace.
Those with undetectable HIV can deploy.
Songs of the early HIV epidemic
Jessica Zajesky, RN, works as a nurse at a facility where her mother was once a patient living with HIV.
These dates represent milestones in the HIV epidemic. Visit poz.com/aidsiseveryday to learn more about the history of HIV/AIDS.
In a blog post titled “What Fresh Hell Is This?” NMAC executive director Paul Kawata reflects on monkeypox in the context of trauma and HI...
In a blog post titled “Synthetic Division: The Times of the Sign (1992–2022),” POZ contributing writer Shawn Decker explains.
National HIV testing and diagnosis rates dropped dramatically in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic..
People living with HIV appear more likely to get breakthrough COVID-19 and severe illness after vaccination.
Transgender women have the highest HIV rate in the United States.
Screening for abnormal anal cell changes and treating them early can reduce the risk of progression to anal cancer in people with HIV.
On-demand pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) taken before and after sex—known as PrEP 2-1-1—is as effective and well tolerated as daily pills...
Lenacapavir, a long-acting HIV capsid inhibitor, is back on track after the Food and Drug Administration lifted a clinical hold on the drug.
People with HIV who start treatment before their CD4 T-cell count falls below 800 have a substantially smaller viral reservoir.
The loss of fat and lean body mass known as wasting syndrome is still a problem, affecting nearly one in five people living with HIV.
In May, an outbreak of monkeypox began in Europe and North America.
“Without unity, there is no community.”
What’s it like getting older with HIV?
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