In honor September’s National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, we’re celebrating 20 great guys who are reinventing what it means to be HIV-positive in 2014.
After his ex boyfriend—who now tests HIV positive—filed a police report, the San Diego City Attorney’s Office charged Thomas Guerra for allegedly exposing his ex and 24 other men to the virus.
Philadelphia’s Giovanni’s Room gay book store, opened in 1973, will reopen as a charity store for Philly AIDS Thrift and will retain the original name
A judge turned down a request for dismissal by the defendant’s attorney, who said the law is based on outdated science.
Treatment News: HIV Can Disguise Itself as Bacteria and Evade Antibodies
First the invisibility cloak, now this! Apparently, the gp41 region of HIV’s outer envelope so closely resembles various healthy bacteria in the gut that it can trick our B cells into simply passing them by.
The recently approved HIV integrase inhibitor showed a high rate of suppressing the virus, even among those who are drug-resistant.
The inspector general of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services finds Medicare spent tens of millions of dollars in 2012 for HIV drugs there’s little evidence patients needed.
Researchers are using tobacco to harvest a specific protein known to prevent the spread of HIV — at least in labs.
A new survey of black, white and Latino youth in the US on LGBT activism has shown a sharp divide over the prioritising of different LGBT issues between racial groups.
What is the effect of the new, repressive anti-LGBT laws around the world? “We have evidence to show that the law is killing people.”…
The Justice Department announced yesterday that it has released a “Best Practices Guide to Reform HIV-Specific Criminal Laws to Align with Scientifically-Supported Factors.”
The HIV epidemic can be brought under control by 2030, UNAIDS says.
The use of an HIV workshop for intelligence gathering purposes has put global health programs at risk, say critics.
The legendary AIDS Memorial Quilt, honoring those we’ve lost to the disease, returned to New York City for the first time in 12 years. On display on Governor’s Island from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesday.
With rates of LGBT youth homelessness and HIV on the upswing, and with trans youth of color particularly vulnerable, it’s time to ignite a conversation.