by Alex Zielinski Mar 15, 2016
There are currently no injection sites in the country -- but 27 cities, including Vancouver, British Columbia and Sydney, Australia -- have successfully run identical centers for decades.
by Zack Ford Mar 13, 2016
Correcting a flub, Hillary Clinton may have just issued the most extensive presidential platform on HIV/AIDS ever.
by Zack Ford Mar 7, 2016
In 1992, Rebecca Bradley referred to "queers" as "degenerates" who deserved AIDS because "homosexual sex... kills."
by Zack Ford Mar 4, 2016
Men who think their state criminalizes HIV nondisclosure actually engage in riskier sexual behavior.
by Zack Ford Feb 5, 2016
Knowledge about HIV isn't erasing stigma; in some ways, it's helping prop it up.
by Zack Ford Sep 17, 2015
Transgender women have a simple demand: HIV protection and treatment interventions that actually meet their needs.
by Sam P.K. Collins Aug 21, 2015
Despite the gains under Obamacare, some people are still falling through the cracks.
by Katelyn Harrop Jul 30, 2015
A new five-year expansion to current HIV strategy promises to decrease HIV in at-risk groups, increase testing opportunities, and promote inclusion of benefits offered through Obamacare.
by Sam P.K. Collins Jul 15, 2015
A recent court case put Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act to the test -- and it won.
by Sam P.K. Collins Jul 8, 2015
"It is time for the general medical community to recognize the magnitude of services offered [by faith-based groups] and partner or support [them] to provide long-standing improvements in health."