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Pittsburgh suburbs are reporting an alarming spike of HIV and gonorrhea instances — which has health officials scrambling for a solution.
While promoting the AIDS drama 1984, Gotham actor Cory Michael Smith comes out as queer.
A drug used to treat heart failure apparently blocks HIV-1 reactivation.
We've come a long way baby.
Circumcision has been a go to for HIV prevention, especially in Africa. One researcher questions its validity.
The FDA has approved a years-in-development treatment for multidrug-resistant HIV, a boon for those who've become resistant to most or all available HIV meds.
The HIV prevention drug still carries a heavy stigma among people of color.
125 Milwaukeean high schoolers, adults and children have become infected with HIV, syphilis or both — in what is being reported as “one of the largest sexually transmitted infection” clusters ever identified.
A question many of us ponder daily.
The "pharma bro" is going to sit behind bars for securities fraud.
Get more sleep. More sleep means better sex.
David Cooper played a crucial role in developing the drug trials for many of the HIV medications currently on the market and saving lives today.
It happened: you tested positive for HIV. What's next?
Researchers from New York’s Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center presented a new long-lasting PrEP pill at the 25th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI).
UCLA has developed an intervention program called LINK LA that connects ex-inmates to continuous healthcare once they are out of jail and helps them maintain their viral suppression in the outside world.
An analysis released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides further links between syringe services programs and preventing HIV.
A growing body of clinical evidence surrounding a new potential once-daily, single-tablet HIV regimen continues to demonstrate its rightful place in the treatment landscape.
A poz man’s deportation to Venezuela is temporarily suspended due to med shortages caused by the country’s ongoing economic crisis.
The amount represents what Martin Shkreli — also infamous for jacking up the price of a drug for an HIV-related condition — gained from securities fraud.