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People on opioid substitution therapy were more likely to adhere to antiretroviral treatment and achieve viral suppression.
Congress members write to Biden, pushing for the Department of Defense to allow people with HIV and hepatitis B to enlist in the military.
In the 2017 lawsuit, the woman—a “Russian émigré”—claimed that Charlie Sheen knowingly exposed her to HIV during condomless sex.
Medical Monitoring Project finds most are receiving HIV care and treatment, but many face challenges such as poverty and unstable housing.
Those with undetectable HIV can deploy.
A new case may provide clues to help researchers develop strategies for a functional cure.
The “I Am a Work of ART” campaign promotes viral suppression and U=U among folks living with HIV but not on antiretroviral therapy.
Activists from every continent come together to steward the U=U movement worldwide.
“I don’t like saying I’m HIV positive,” said host Aaron Johnson Levy. “I prefer saying I’m living with untransmittable HIV.”
An updated Department of Defense policy also affects a recent federal lawsuit filed by a Latino military college student with HIV.
More people had a detectable viral load using a newer assay, which has implications for HIV treatment and prevention.
Four gay men discuss meth, sex, and HIV, and taking part in a POZ Magazine story on the topic, “Meth Still Kills.”
Cultural influencers take off their blindfolds to destigmatize HIV prevention in ViiV’s “Me in You, You in Me” campaign. [VIDEOS]
Transgender women have the highest rate of HIV in the country, and new data shows which ones are most vulnerable to poor outcomes.
Under Georgia’s updated law, people living with HIV will no longer face a felony charge simply for not disclosing their status before sex.
Some truths bombs from a long-term survivor about his 37 years living with HIV.
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