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Bill would provide incentives to states to repeal laws that impose criminal penalties for alleged HIV exposure.
The man is in long-term HIV remission after a new drug combination, but scientists urge caution over results
Three ongoing HIV vaccine trials offer reason to be hopeful, researchers say
Study finds that HIV-positive partners with undetectable viral loads are not at risk of passing on the virus
Plea deal allows Michael Johnson to avoid trial and the risk of a 96-year prison sentence
Opposites Attract study found no HIV transmission between over 350 serodiscordant couples
The man blamed for spreading AIDS in North America was falsely accused, new research shows
A coalition of liberal interest groups and 130 members of Congress are calling on the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to change its current policy...
Patient appears to have been infected with a rare drug-resistant strain of HIV, rather than developing drug resistance
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Monday issued final guidance recommending that, for purposes of blood and tissue donation, the current indefinite lifetime...