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Bob Leahy remembers going to the movies and crying, knowing he had found the key to handling his HIV diagnosis.
Bob Leahy asks: Should we value the story-telling of celebrities living with HIV over that of the less famous?
In the short film “The Last Mile,” the cast looks at the progress we’ve made against the epidemic—and the efforts that continue.
The AIDS Memorial on Instagram revisits some of the amazing tributes submitted to the account.
Harm reduction advocates say the facility would help reduce injection drug-related risks like overdoses and hepatitis C infections.
Elsewhere, voters expand Medicaid and elect four transgender candidates and a criminalization reformer.
Paul Yabor was a member of ACT UP who spoke out on behalf of people living with HIV, hepatitis C and substance abuse issues.
Starring Tom Hanks, the 1993 movie was one of the first mainstream films about AIDS. [VIDEO]
Photographer Rachel Wisniewski documents the many faces of HIV.
Coinciding with National HIV Testing Day, Saturday, June 27, Philly AIDS Thrift shop will begin offering free, rapid HIV testing.
My ability to accept my own sexuality and HIV status has allowed me to speak at universities, churches and a range of community events.
In a new study examining how geographics affect the HIV epidemic, researchers created detailed maps of hard-hit minority neighborhoods in New...
I was foolish enough to love with out the glove despite knowing this could happen.
In 2013, she was named to the POZ 100 list of unsung heroes.
Three AIDS movies in today’s headlines depict yesterday’s epidemic.
The Reverend Ingram has been pastor of St. Michael’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Philadelphia, where she’s as outspoken as ever.
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