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This year, the event will be held on Friday, December 2nd, 2016, from 6:30pm – 9:30pm, in the Gold Room at Brooklyn College Conference Cente...
The Evening of the Red Scarf raises funds that directly support people living with, at-risk for, or affected by HIV/AIDS.
Tickets include a buffet dinner and non-alcoholic beverages (to respect the conventions of a halal restaurant) and entertainment from local ar...
Sustainable control of the HIV/AIDS epidemic through five action agendas.
POZ March 2016 cover gal Nancy Duncan shares her video story.
Thanks to medical advances, an HIV diagnosis is no longer a death sentence but it can still feel life-ending.
On December 1, hundreds of HIV/AIDS activists, politicians and community health leaders joined together in Harlem to celebrate
Efforts to ramp up the number of people on treatment for HIV have succeeded in doubling the figure in five years, to almost 16 million.
A proclamation by the President of the United States of America on World AIDS Day 2015.
This World AIDS Day, MTV Staying Alive has exposed the secret sex lives of emojis in this shocking video: VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED.
An advocate living with HIV on the need to continue working together.
A health professor living with HIV reflects on the "AIDS Generation" of long-term survivors.
The AIDS reporting of Jeff Schmalz and how it transformed The New York Times.
Before I die... before I die I want to experience something I never have: life without hemophilia.
I can only imagine what they would be like now, this band of brothers, and if we would still be friends.
Tune into HBO on World AIDS Day, December 1st, at 9pm Eastern, for Vice.com's Special Report: Countdown to Zero.
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