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Under Georgia’s updated law, people living with HIV will no longer face a felony charge simply for not disclosing their status before sex.
Some truths bombs from a long-term survivor about his 37 years living with HIV.
After falling off early in the pandemic, viral suppression at San Francisco’s Ward 86 clinic recovered with intensified services.
Not knowing, believing in, or recognizing risk is one of the main factors in HIV transmission...
Taking your medications as prescribed helps you get the most from HIV treatment.
But sustained viral suppression over time remains a challenge.
COVID-19 had an “immense impact” on HIV, hepatitis and STI screening, prevention and care.
The highly infectious and harmful HIV variant has been in the Netherlands since the 1990s, but treatment is effective against it.
The new law “is a step in the right direction toward reforming the system” regarding HIV and STI prosecutions in New Jersey.
Most transgender women with HIV were eventually linked to care, but fewer received care in a timely manner.
Informing gay and bi men that parenthood is possible through U=U could quell HIV stigma.
Mariah Wilberg joins the Prevention Access Campaign to build Undetectable Equals Untransmittable (U=U) programs in the U.S.
The news that an undetectable viral load prevents people from transmitting HIV through sex is getting lost in translation.
AIDSVu maps display data on HIV diagnoses, viral suppression rates, race, gender, PrEP and much more, organized by city, county and state.
An AVAC report also notes that most research and development of HIV prevention is funded almost entirely by one type of investor.
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