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These dates represent milestones in the HIV epidemic.
People pay tribute to Joseph Sonnabend, MD, “the first AIDS doctor,” on social media following his death.
Oral histories of folks’ HIV and COVID-19 experiences are showcased in a digital exhibit at an LGBTQ center in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
Abbott researchers found a high proportion of elite HIV controllers in the Democratic Republic of Congo, which could lead to cure insights.
It’s also AIDS history. When the virus struck in the 1980s, Black activists for sex workers’ rights created vital HIV programs.
For many of us in the HIV community, we have learned to live with loss. In this current pandemic, what lessons can we share?
In 1990, Rush Limbaugh had a segment on his radio show called “The AIDS Update,” where he mocked the dying and the dead.
The British TV series “It’s a Sin” is a smash hit that raises HIV awareness. Is it also problematic and stigmatizing?
Chris’s partner Roger died in 1990, leaving behind a child. Today, the now-adult son seeks details about the dad he never knew.
David Kessler will helm Operation Warp Speed as AIDS activists urge the United States to supply the world with COVID-19 vaccines.
Dodgers manager Lasorda “exemplified the horrendous personal struggle gays and their families faced during the AIDS crisis.”
An epidemic brought them together. A podcast shares their tale.
Love, intimacy and HIV history abound in “Eric Rhein: Lifelines.”
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