Members of Zimbabwe’s leading gay rights group, Gays and Lesbians of Zimbabwe (GALZ) have noted anti-gay discrimination as having had a negative impact on efforts to halt new HIV infections.
While overall HIV diagnosis rates have decreased nationwide, young gay men are seeing a frightening uptick in new diagnoses, according to the CDC.
With the recent release of its Clinical Guidelines for PrEP, and a new campaign to encourage at-risk populations to talk about sex, CDC might be poised for a more activist role in HIV prevention….
The study was released by the Journal of the American Medical Association, ahead of the start of the International AIDS Conference.
President Obama concluded his remarks on the Malaysian Airlines crash by paying respect to the nearly 100 HIV researchers and activists who were on board the flight.
A new study from the University of Sydney found that 80 percent of dental patients are in favor of receiving rapid HIV testing during dental visits.
Reports indicate at least 108 people on the doomed Malaysia Airlines flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lampur were headed to Sunday’s 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne.
The WHO’s decision to recommend that gay men should consider using PrEP as an additional method against HIV has been welcomed by Public Health England.
With HIV continuing, in the US, to disproportionately impact gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men as well as trans women, Michigan’s Between The Lines newspaper decided to launch it’s own.
HBO adaptation of his account of AIDS’ early years enshrines his biases as fact.
Nurse With HIV Gets 3 Years in Jail for Negligence in Uganda
Rosemary Namubiru claims that she acted with no malice when she accidentally pricked herself, but used the same needle to give an injection to a baby. Criminalization or Crime?
Katie Poulin’s group for teens and young adults with HIV has not just offered support and a hot meal to those kids. It’s become a vehicle for educating America about everything from homophobia to HIV.