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Long-term survivors share their journeys.
Mark S. King covers every angle in My Fabulous Disease: Chronicles of a Gay Survivor.
Check out these HIV-related reads, ranging from memoirs and essays to a children’s book.
Events commemorated the 40th anniversary of the Denver Principles.
Aging with HIV is now a reality for most of us. This success story deserves a celebration.
LGBTQ group joins HIV organizations to promote the prevention message of Undetectable Equals Untransmittable.
Advocates urge removal of the upper age limit.
The federal government tackles sexually transmitted infections.
A man claims an offer to be a state trooper was rescinded because of his HIV status.
These dates represent milestones in the HIV epidemic. To learn more about the history of HIV and AIDS, visit poz.com/aidsiseveryday.
The Denver Principles were first articulated by a group of gay men with AIDS in Denver in 1983.
An edited excerpt of an opinion piece titled “What’s Needed to Fix a Vital Drug Discount Program"
The drop is attributable in part to increased use of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) to prevent HIV.
Even people with an undetectable viral load may still have persistent HIV in various reservoir sites, including the brain.
An international team of researchers estimated life expectancy for more than 200,000 adults living with HIV in North America and Europe.
Treatments that help the immune system fight cancer have revolutionized cancer care.
Findings suggest that daily oral PrEP or long-acting injectables might be better options for young men who have spontaneous sex.
Today’s HIV treatment is more effective and durable.
A new type of vaccine might one day be part of a functional cure strategy.
The most common symptoms of meningococcal meningitis are fever, headache and a stiff neck.
Herpes simplex can be treated with antivirals, but there is no vaccine or cure.
After his HIV diagnosis, Jeff Berry quickly learned about the power of community thanks to the Test Positive Aware Network.
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