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Born with HIV in 1988, Bowman worked to fight stigma and inspire others.
An ongoing study finds that considerable challenges in such women’s lives may compromise their adherence to antiretrovirals.
LGBT and HIV themes abound in these latest offerings.
Gina Brown commemorates 25 years of living with HIV.
If Black women had white women’s lower HIV rate, 93% of their annual new infections would be averted.
This year’s theme was “Our Thoughts. Our Voices. Our Time.”
Victoria Noe’s new book brings attention, at long last, to the straight women of HIV history.
A federal “gag rule” is an active threat to all who care about HIV.
Red shares her frustration about the lack of HIV knowledge among nursing students she teaches and explains a nurse’s role in reducing stigma
Now called the MAC Viva Glam Fund, the U.S. foundation honors 10 groups with $25,000 grants.
An all-female panel of amfAR-funded HIV scientists share insights on sex differences in the HIV reservoir, gender in research and more.
In “Be Your Own Best Advocate,” women living with HIV share experiences navigating frustrating doctors’ visits, offer tips & encourageme...
Porchia shares the complexities of dating, disclosure, intimacy, and relationships as a young woman living with HIV
She’ll replace Joseph Interrante, who is retiring after 25 years.
Waiting for all lab tests to return before prescribing Truvada resulted in a high dropout rate among those visiting sexual health clinics.
The CDC estimates that 40 percent of the 1.1 million people with HIV are undiagnosed or not receiving medical care for the virus.
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