LGBTQ lawmakers had to revive bill banning gay or trans panic defense after Senate leaders killed it for expediency
Supervisor Rafael Mandelman says outdated regulations haven't kept pace with changes in HIV testing and treatment
The man is in long-term HIV remission after a new drug combination, but scientists urge caution over results
GlaxoSmithKline stopped clinical trials of the PrEP drug early due to its efficacy at preventing new HIV transmissions
Three ongoing HIV vaccine trials offer reason to be hopeful, researchers say
NMAC's Paul Kawata on 30 years of fighting HIV, and the current state of the epidemic
But they note that there's no "cause for concern"
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Nonprofit uses an "entertainment-based" approach to educate on HIV and AIDS, mental health, and substance use
Earlier this week, California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) signed a law that expands access to HIV prevention medications in an effort to reduce the number...
Openly gay politician received praise for urging people to take charge of their sexual health
New South Wales reported the lowest number of new infections since records began
Organizations call on federal government to expand health care access, promote HIV and STI testing, and address drug pricing
For World AIDS Day, Us Helping Us executive director DeMarc Hickson talks about sex, stigma, and the need for education.
San Francisco man was exposed to rare, drug-resistant strain of HIV after a sexual partner neglected their antiretroviral treatment