Our best hope for reducing and ultimately ending HIV transmission is to ensure people know PrEP is an option for them.
As residents around the country engage in conversations about the future of our country, we hope that everyone discusses the health impact of decisions, and how improving the health of our neighborhoods will allow for a just, safe, and equitable future.
I recently had the opportunity to have tea and a chat with Jay Blotcher, the illustrious writer, activist, and publicist.
Obinna Onwujekwe, University of Nigeria More HIV-positive Nigerians could t...
U.S. investments in global health and HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria have held steady in recent years despite overall discretionary funding cuts. Simply put, investing in global health is the right and moral thing to do.
Bold changes in drug policies will take courage. An impressively diverse set of countries is showing it can be done - and that their citizens' lives can be improved in the process. Now the world needs to follow their lead.
Whenever I consider hiding part myself, when I encounter my own shame or doubt, I am reminded of hugging Pete on the sidewalk outside the cafe and asking, "What would it be like to walk towards the light?"
The world is failing to protect the health and human rights of people who use drugs. As a result, people who use drugs, especially people who inject drugs, have been isolated and denied the means to protect themselves from HIV, hepatitis C, tuberculosis and other infectious diseases.
At the age of 35, I decided to live in my truth full time. I learned to stop caring about what people thought. It was liberating. From the first moment I said "I am trans," my heart felt a thousand times lighter, though new obstacles came my way.
This experience of self-diagnosing myself with HIV forced me to recognize that just because I'm HIV-negative, I don't have to think negatively of the virus or the people who live with it.
Agents of Change walk among us all the time. Look around: There's probably one of them in the same room with you right now. The neighbor who never ...
The media collectively wields an important power to impact public perception of illnesses like HIV / AIDS and depression. According to an American Tre...
A data revolution is underway at the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). We're using data in transformational ways to prevent more HIV infections and save more lives, ensuring our investments have the greatest impact by targeting lifesaving interventions to the populations and places with the highest HIV/AIDS burden.
To me, all of these questions stem from the fact that Hillary supporters assume that they and Bernie supporters are fundamentally on the same team. Doesn't the fundamental rule of "The enemy of my enemy is my friend" still apply?
Places of worship are supposed to be a place of comfort and refuge; however, for Muslims living with HIV and other stigmatized diseases, it can be a place of scorn, exclusion, or even violence.
Photo Courtesy Dallas Contemporary Last weekend Simon De Pury banged the gavel on dinner tables and occasionally the concrete floor of Dallas Contem...