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An analysis of the themes at the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, Australia.
The aftermath of HIV criminalization advocacy in Iowa.
People with HIV treated at a major university are less likely to receive medications to support heart health than those who do not have HIV.
A cohort of young gay men in Bangkok is acquiring HIV at a rate of 9 percent a year among those not using condoms consistently and 2 percent a...
Tivicay (dolutegravir) suppresses HIV at high rates even among treatment-experienced people with resistance to NRTIs.
Higher HIV testing frequency and rates of safer sex in San Francisco gay men may account for the city's improved diagnosis rates compared with...
Major international donors are only spending 7 percent of the estimated funding needed to support harm reduction for injection drug users worl...
It is not clear if any of them are HIV positive.
The demand for HIV treatment in low- and middle-income nations is projected to rise to 16.8 million people by the close of 2016.
A summary of major findings presented at AIDS 2014.
A meta-analysis of studies looking at heterosexuals with HIV after they started treatment found no evidence that they used condoms less.
An analysis of the themes at the 20th International AIDS Conference.
Lesions that can be a precursor to anal cancer are highly common in gay HIV-positive men, but they may clear without the need for treatment.
The number of recreational drugs English gay men take at one time is strongly linked to the likelihood that they will have sex without a condo...
A study of Australian gay and bisexual men illustrates how men are using multiple behavioral methods to reduce HIV risk, underlining the fact...