World leaders gathered at the United Nations to mark the 30th anniversary of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Adrienne Germain and Alexandra Garita discuss the declaration and the controversies that arise whenever sex is a key part of an agenda.
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Fewer people worldwide are getting infected with HIV than 10 years ago, and those who have already contracted the virus are living longer, according t...
Today, in announcing a National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS), our federal government has begun to answer the call for a coordinated, comprehensive strategy to combat this crisis.
At first I thought it was a fluke. But then I heard the same story told again. Different friend. Different doctor. Same problem.
I have been telling...
Three-and-a-half minutes on The View were the source of enough misinformation to damage the conversation regarding blacks and gays for a while. How about including the voice of black gays?
A letter from twelve leading AIDS advocate working with local, state and national partners to advance the fight against HIV/AIDS in the U.S.
So to all of you in Washington, D.C., I ask this simple question. If you were left without the health care coverage that your positions bestow upon you, what would you do?
A study this summer reports 1 in 7 teenagers in the U.S. thinks he or she only has a 50-50 shot of making it past 35. What stands out are the consequences of low life-expectancy.
A legislator in the African nation of Swaziland has called for all those infected with the HIV virus to be branded on the buttocks....
The statistics hit like a blow to the gut. Nearly half of all new HIV cases in the U.S. are among African Americans, even though we represent just 12 percent of the population.
If HIV is preventable, why are there over 56,000 new infections in this country every year? Why is it that red ribbons are only worn on World AIDS Day -- or occasionally to the Academy Awards?
As people live longer with HIV, new challenges have emerged. Chief among them are the effects of social stigma and discrimination against people with HIV.
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