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The CDC has found that more than 4 in 10 transgender women in major U.S. cities have tested positive for HIV.
Supporters of the law argue that HIV is now a manageable condition and that people with the virus now live longer lives
At-home testing seeks to achieve District's goals that 90% of people with HIV know their status and are linked with treatment
A California state senator has introduced legislation to stop insurance companies from denying life and disability income insurance based solely on HIV status. On Tuesday,...
Court calls justifications for discharges based on HIV status "outmoded and at odds with current science"
Former letter carrier claims his co-workers called him anti-gay slurs and lied about his conduct to get him fired
Plaintiffs want to keep their jobs while they argue for altering the military's deployment policies for HIV-positive soldiers
William Pierce claims the Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office violated his rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act
Proceeds from event nearly double the amount raised from last year's AIDS Walk and Run
Plaintiffs are being discharged despite receiving support of commanding officers and meeting medical and physical requirements to serve
HIV-positive prisoner was placed in solitary confinement and lost privileges for having consensual sex with another prisoner
Group will continue its tradition of hosting a monthly social event at a private residence
Granite Mesa Health Center has agreed to pay out $70,000 and institute ADA and HIV competency training