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In a series of reports, HIV experts lay out the gaps in plans to end the epidemic and ways to fix them.
Plus: 4 Ways to Fight HIV Stigma, Promote U=U and End the Epidemic
In 2015, research led the World Health Organization to recommend treating HIV regardless of CD4 count.
The country’s new administration is changing the way it buys medicines and funds clinics.
Most transmissions in the 14 percent surge occurred via sex.
Positive Women’s Network–USA offers an aspirational vision of a safer, more just world—and a guidebook on how to get there.
A provocative interview with author Sarah Schulman also reveals the most pressing issues facing gay people and the HIV community.
AIDS Healthcare Foundation’s latest billboards assess global statistics as World AIDS Day nears.
Here’s how the presidential hopeful’s HIV/AIDS platform will lower the cost of drugs and boost medical research.
HIV meds are now free to all residents of England, courtesy of the National Health Service.
The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has given Zimbabwe $84 million to help the country achieve its plan for universal acce...
Act V, a new global movement to end AIDS, has launched. The group is advocating for universal access to HIV treatment and prevention by...
Despite tenfold increase in access to HIV prevention, treatment and care from 2003-2009, future prospects for universal access look gloomy
The goal of universal access by the end of 2010 to HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care will not be met, according to a joint report by the...
International AIDS Society is calling on Prime Minister Stephen Harper and leaders from around the globe to honor the country’s commitment
The Southern African Development Community (SADC) has made little progress in reducing the region’s HIV infections, so activists are asking th...
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