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Almost two-thirds of men didn't think the pandemic warranted reducing their sexual activity
Failed GOP politician E.W. Jackson has called gay people "perverted" and "very sick"
Public Health England attributed the record low to increased testing, condom usage, and the availability of PrEP
Focus on the Family's headquarters were declared an "outbreak" site after staff members tested positive
California will become only the second state in the nation, after Pennsylvania, to collect data on COVID-19's impact on LGBTQ people
The man is in long-term HIV remission after a new drug combination, but scientists urge caution over results
Israel Carreras, 40, had no underlying health problems prior to contracting the COVID-19 coronavirus
Three ongoing HIV vaccine trials offer reason to be hopeful, researchers say
But they note that there's no "cause for concern"
Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh are calling it the "Swiss Army knife" of immunotherapies
Plea deal allows Michael Johnson to avoid trial and the risk of a 96-year prison sentence
The man blamed for spreading AIDS in North America was falsely accused, new research shows
Dealing with flu season is easy if you follow our handy guide
Aggressive strain of HIV appears in Cuba