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Taking Truvada or Descovy to prevent HIV may be the first opportunity to encounter regular health care.
Harold Phillips, a Black man living with HIV, is the new director of the White House Office of National AIDS Policy (ONAP).
A new report finds higher rates of depression and injuries from falls among older LGBT people—plus continued effects from the HIV epidemic.
A study found that men who started PrEP a week before a vacation and stopped a week after coming home adhered well to the daily regimen.
Electronic prompts for clinicians to recommend Truvada to people at risk for HIV could help increase PrEP’s impact.
The proposal rolls back nondiscrimination policies of the Affordable Care Act, notably for transgender people and women who had abortions.
To quote the president: SAD!
Over 35 groups—including HIV doctors—warn Trump administration leaders about the negative health care consequences of such a plan.
Hint: It would slash HIV funds by over $100 million nationally and cause 300,000 deaths each year globally.
This makes it the 12th U.S. city to embrace the “90-90-90” goals of the Paris Declaration on Fast-Track Cities.
The science behind Truvada as pre-exposure prophylaxis reveals an awesome tool that is apparently already helping shrink U.S. HIV rates.
Mayer joins Journal of the International AIDS Society co–editors-in-chief Susan Kippax and Papa Salif Sow.
AIDS groups spell out how the proposed massive budget cuts will harm both local and global funding.
Update: A closer look at the bill’s “potentially devastating consequences” for HIV and LGBT communities and Black and Latino people.
#IssuesThatMatter summarizes viewpoints on six important health equity topics.
A special report from the NCIHC explores the unique challenges facing older HIV-positive adults.
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