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Why Are We Missing In Action?

HIV, LGBTs, and people of color are conspicuously absent from new government plan.

HIV Won't Kill You, but Smoking Will

More poz people now die from lung cancer than HIV. Vaping would change that. So why aren’t health providers embracing it?

Technology detecting RNase activity

Scientists have developed new technology to detect the activity of RNase H, a RNA degrading enzyme. The team used highly efficient signal amplification reaction termed catalytic hairpin assembly (CHA) to effectively analyze the RNase H activity. Show More Summary

Making Private Testimony Public and the Impact on Social Media With HIV Activism

When Justin's HIV Journal was on display at the Brooklyn Museum there was a discussion panel afterward on activism. It allowed me to see activists from early in the HIV epidemic and present-day activists. The one commonality that we all had was the camera. Show More Summary

Josh Robbins Is Going There

Activist, vlogger, and social media star Josh Robbins is brutally honest when it comes to living with HIV.

HIV Activist Karamo Brown Is Part of the New Cast of 'Queer Eye'

Take a look at Netflix's new Fab Five — as well as the past cast members whose shoes they're filling.

24 Years Ago, I Was Arrested for Having HIV and Unprotected Sex and Failing to Disclose

On Sept. 26, 2017, it was exactly 24 years to the day that I was arrested for having HIV and unprotected sex, and not disclosing my status. This is 288 months of my life. In some cases, that's more than someone who took a life on purpose. Show More Summary

Todrick Hall is Clapping Back at HIV Stigma

YouTube sensation and Broadway star of Kinky Boots Todrick Hall looked for info on dating a person with HIV but found it lacking. His new Positively Fearless campaign changes all that. Now he’s helping others eradicate HIV stigma in the black community.

Getting Down And Getting Tested At Underground LGBT Balls

For many LGBT black and Latino men, ballroom culture is where they find family and community. It’s also a natural place to try grassroots HIV prevention."

Staunch HIV Activist Prince Harry to Marry American Actress

American women celebrate the prince and passionate activist's plans to marry Meghan Markle, who will be the first person of color to enter England's Royal Family.

Living Out and HIV-Positive in India

India is facing its own epidemic in a society where stigma may be higher than anywhere else.

Remembering Ryan White

The teen who fought against the stigma of HIV/AIDS would have turned 46 yesterday, and continues to inspire.

Kindness is Sexy

Gay social app Chappy launches another fun-yet-responsible campaign—this time promoting kindness in the world of online dating.

Deadly cryptococcal fungi found in public spaces in South Africa

Cryptococcus neoformans and Cryptococcus gattii have been found large numbers on trees in South Africa.

Plus Issue 122 January/February 2018: TV Stars Alexandra Billings, Trace Lysette, Todrick Hall

On the front cover, Transparent's breakout stars, actresses Alexandra Billings and Trace Lysette, talk about living with HIV onscreen (and, for Alexandra, offscreen) as well as sexual harassment in Hollywood and being a transgender woman in America. Show More Summary

New hope for waitlisted patients addicted to opioids

As the opioid crisis continues to escalate, the number of people who need treatment for their dependency on heroin or prescription pain killers far exceeds the capacity of available treatment programs. People seeking treatment can wait...Show More Summary

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