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A colonel is accused of directing subordinates to compile and circulate a list of soldiers who are HIV positive.
Fighting to live and serve with HIV in the U.S. military
Read the letter in which Navy brat Elliot Scott Henney writes: ’Please drop this obscenely unjust case against LTC Pinkela.’
Colonel Jeffrey Pounding allegedly exposed a woman to HIV by having unprotected sex with her. She has since tested negative.
The CAAF has vacated an affirmation of HIV-related charges of aggravated assault and reckless endangerment against Kenneth Pinkela.
International health experts have met the assertions with widespread skepticism.
She would replace Eric Goosby, who resigned in late 2013.
A U.S. Army lieutenant colonel asks for an end to HIV prosecutions in the military.
A military panel sentenced Staff Sergeant Ray Girouard to 180 days of confinement, reduced his rank, restricted him to his post and reprimande...
People who become infected with HIV after the age of 30 have a better response to antiretroviral (ARV) therapy than people who become infected...
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