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Young people account for 21% of new HIV diagnoses annually. Our April/May issue looks at ways to raise HIV awareness among youth.
People pay tribute to Joseph Sonnabend, MD, “the first AIDS doctor,” on social media following his death.
GMHC founder Larry Mass spills the dirt and names names about a controversy from the early years of the epidemic.
A discussion led by POZ founder Sean Strub about the early days of AIDS research.
Are sufficient resources being allocated to staff at care homes or to families who care for their elderly relatives?
A more balanced response would have been a call for more research for a fuller description of those individual situations where to use PrEP.
Since AIDS was discovered in 1981, HIV discrimination has been part of its history, as illustrated by these milestones.
Pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, is the practice of people at risk for HIV taking daily doses of antiretroviral medication (ARVs) to...
Despite the death of her daughter, HIV positive Christine Maggiore stands by her views.
Recently, Three HIV drugs got stuck in clinical trials. Why? Here’s a look at the twists and turns of drug approval.
How—and why—the government and top docs have shelved a potentially lifesaving HIV med
POZ founder Sean Strub fell into one. Here’s how he climbed out.
You don’t listen to me! You don’t work with me! You don’t respect me! You’re not honest with me! Lovers’ quarrel?
It sounds more like science fiction than science: A growing number of people are exposed to HIV—maybe even infected—but still test negativ...
Two years after his last POZ blab, our longtime survivor goes head-to-head with his longtime doc on everything from drug holidays to...
The AIDS circus is coming to town! POZ sneaks a peak as researchers and activists preview their death-defying acts.
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