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The new UNAIDS ambassador says that eliminating bans on same-sex relations is crucial to fighting the spread of HIV — a comment sure to provoke...
The CDC has found that more than 4 in 10 transgender women in major U.S. cities have tested positive for HIV.
An FDA-funded study seeks to develop screening tools that could lead to the end of a blanket deferral period for gay and bi male blood...
Merck said results of a study into islatravir suggested it could be used to prevent and treat HIV
ViiV Healthcare's monthly injections are just as effective every two months, company announces
Bill would provide incentives to states to repeal laws that impose criminal penalties for alleged HIV exposure.
"Super-inspired" by a starring role in It's a Sin, Years & Years singer Olly Alexander steals hearts on-screen and in song
Virginia seeks to repeal outdated and inequitable laws that unfairly criminalize people living with HIV. It's about time.
A resurfaced clip shows Pat Robertson making a claim so outrageous that the network was forced to edit it
People over age 16 with chronic conditions will be allowed to sign up for appointments in next wave of vaccinations
Far-right media figure reportedly said "Gays deserved their fate" during the HIV/AIDS epidemic
The AIDS crisis drops like a bomb on 1980s London, rocking a circle of friends in Russell T. Davies' "It’s a Sin"
Just in time for International Condom Day, an unscientific poll of Metro Weekly readers finds almost 4 in 10 say they never use condoms during sex, with...
Establishments will be allowed to have private rooms, but must provide free safe-sex materials and wash-up facilities
Viiv Healthcare's Cabenuva replaces a traditional daily pill regimen with two injections every month