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One year posttransplant, recipients of hepatitis C kidneys disease-free

In a small study, doctors have successfully transplanted 10 hepatitis C-infected kidneys into patients without hepatitis C and prevented the patients from becoming infected by hepatitis C. The success of these transplants could mean more organs being available for the nearly 100,000 people in the US currently waiting for a kidney transplant.

Broadly neutralizing antibody treatment may target viral reservoir in monkeys

After receiving a course of antiretroviral therapy for their HIV-like infection, approximately half of a group of monkeys infused with a broadly neutralizing antibody to HIV combined with an immune stimulatory compound suppressed the virus for six months without additional treatment, according to a new study. Show More Summary

Death by Deportation?

A poz man’s deportation to Venezuela is temporarily suspended due to med shortages caused by the country’s ongoing economic crisis.

Disgraced Pharma Exec Ordered to Cough Up Over $7 Million

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.

Trans Women Are Front and Center at Global AIDS Conference

The Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI), “the world’s preeminent scientific conference on HIV and related conditions,” takes place March 4-7 at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, Massachusetts.

Are You HIV-Positive and Worried?

Our resident mental health doc answers one woman's question about how to deal with the uncertainty she feels since her HIV diagnoses.

An HIV-Positive Woman Is Arrested For Spitting in a Police Officer's Face

Activists quickly alerted the news outlet so the story makes it clear that the virus cannot be transmitted via saliva.

The Real Dragwives of Prevention

With all the prevention options available today, The Real Dragwives of Prevention are here to help you make the choice that’s right for you.

Common HIV Antibiotic Flagged for Serious Heart Risk by FDA

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a new warning about the risk of heart disease for people who take clarithromycin.

WATCH: An Alternate Reality Without HIV

Part sci-fi, part documentary, Leo Herrera’s film honors the more than 18,500 ‘Fathers’ whose lives were claimed by the AIDS epidemic.

Stigma Fuels Russian AIDS Epidemic

Russian government health officials are failing to control the nation’s HIV and AIDS epidemic effectively, and the world is now taking notice.

Citizen of the World

Ed Sparan runs The World AIDS Museum—the only one in the world—and dreams of expansion.

As Sex Trafficking Surges, A City Tries 'John School' To Reduce Demand

Sex workers have the highest rates of STIs and HIV, can education help stem the tide?

Gender Trouble: Treating and Preventing HIV in the Trans Community

A trans man and a public health dean talk about how to treat trans folk with HIV and prevent them from acquiring it in the first place.

Transgender Men's HIV and PrEP Needs Are Not Being Met

Without studies that don't separate trans men from cis women, the disparity will continue.

Insufficient Access to Food Torments Many Living with HIV

Hidden beneath the shiny landscape of single-pill regimes and ever increasing lifespans, insufficient food access torments those living with HIV.

Three's Company

I may be a walking stereotype, but my being polyamorous doesn’t justify your biphobia.

An Early "Irresponsible" Movie About AIDS Radicalized Me

Director Gregg Araki's The Living End gave me a blueprint for a revolution that never came to be.

Researchers adapt HIV test in developing rapid diagnostic test for Zika virus

Researchers are developing a novel test for Zika virus that uses saliva to identify diagnostic markers of the virus in a fraction of the time of current commercial tests.

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