by Zack Ford Feb 24, 2015
As some states are beginning to repeal their archaic HIV criminalization laws, one lawmaker wants to take his state in the opposite direction.
by Sam P.K. Collins Feb 6, 2015
People of color in urban communities account for nearly 70 percent of new HIV diagnoses each year.
by Sam P.K. Collins Jan 29, 2015
“That’s really a large cost difference, and really is a very significant financial constraint for those with chronic conditions, particularly H.I.V.”
by Sam P.K. Collins Jan 9, 2015
There's a lot of international aid dedicated to stopping the spread of HIV, but what role should domestic funding play?
by Sam P.K. Collins Dec 1, 2014
Since 2001, annual estimates of the newly infected have fallen by nearly 40 percent.
by Sam P.K. Collins Nov 26, 2014
"For people living with HIV and AIDS, it's not enough to know -- you also have to go for health care."
by Zack Ford Sep 25, 2014
Despite the advances in HIV treatment and prevention, gay and bi men are not getting tested so that the new research can be implemented.
by Zack Ford Sep 10, 2014
"Either it's the wildest coincidence ever that horrible diseases follow immoral conduct, or, it's God saying, 'There's a penalty for that kind of conduct.' I'm leaning towards there's a penalty for it."
by Tara Culp-Ressler Sep 9, 2014
"A Day With HIV" puts a personal face on a stigmatized disease.
by Hayes Brown Sep 9, 2014
Also criminalized: living with HIV/AIDS