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Whether cases are going up or down depends on where you look and what you’re measuring.
All participants with detectable HIV on oral meds achieved viral suppression after switching to long-acting injectables.
HIV and LGBTQ activist Paul Aguilar is participating in a San Francisco study testing a monthly injectable treatment.
And how a new HIV prevention program called the Lotus Project can make a difference for API communities
Heklina (aka Stefan Grygelko) “was not afraid to be sober and be frank about her HIV status.”
The San Francisco HIV clinic has pioneered innovations that have been adopted worldwide.
Produced by Sofia Coppola, “Fairyland” is based on a memoir by Alysia Abbott, who lost her dad to AIDS and was on the cover of POZ.
The clinic has pioneered innovations that have been adopted nationwide and around the world.
He is the first person with HIV elected to the Board of Supervisors.
A gay man who has struggled with addiction and is living with HIV, Matt Dorsey won the race for San Francisco District 6 supervisor.
Focused on San Francisco and Birmingham, the “Nova” film explores the progress, advocacy and challenges involved in ending HIV in America.
For the first time, gay and bi men who don’t inject drugs accounted for less than half of new cases in San Francisco.
Most people in a pilot program at a safety-net HIV clinic achieved viral suppression on the long-acting injectable regimen.
The growing monkeypox outbreak is increasingly mirroring the disparities of the HIV epidemic.
In this essay, Tom Perrault recounts his journey toward hopefully controlling HIV without medication.
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