Medical professionals encouraged U.S. officials to remove barriers to increased HIV testing.
Funding and political will can stem the tide of HIV, improve its treatment and stop AIDS.
The patient, like those before him, underwent stem cell therapy. And it worked!
Here's a retrospective look at the past 40+ years, and an optimistic take on what's to come.
Lifestyle changes and dating opportunities can help make your world worthwhile.
Learn more about the medicines available, how much they are and what side effects to expect.
Dispel the myths and focus on the very real challenges of managing these conditions.
Learn about these conditions, their causes and risk factors—and the three stages of infection.
How can you be more aware of the symptoms of HIV when the most common sign is, well, nothing.
Porn performers are leading the way in an open conversation about sexual health and safety.
The pharmaceutical industry and HIV/AIDS activism influence the FDA approval process.
New York City has two operating overdose prevention centers, but the U.S. needs many more.
How will this new drug be implemented and who will it actually help most?
Modern medications and active management of the virus keep reproductive options open.
The preventive treatment needs dedicated advocates to keep reaching those who need it.
Two men have previously been cured, but this latest case required a new approach.
Yes, evidence suggests pre-exposure prophylactics will still do the job.
Someone in the U.S. needs blood every two seconds, but only three percent of us donate annually.
While researchers found it to be more serious and contagious, its spread has largely slowed.
Researchers are investigating the technology that fights COVID-19 for further uses.
When it comes to STI prevention, education beats criminalization.
What does a straight mother of a gay son need to know about the HIV prevention pill?
The actor told The London Times he's still learning how to navigate married life.
After eight years, he's speaking out on the diagnosis shared with more than a million Americans.
On this week's episode, the drag queen educates fans on the reality of living with the virus.
In the name of public health, some states may be disproportionately targeting minorities.
An artist shares his story and other tales from the frontlines of the HIV epidemic.
Sex ed and health programs still have a long way to go when it comes to disease prevention.
The HIV/AIDS epidemic was poised to ruin America's sex drive. Along came the Queen of Pop.
A doctor addresses just how aspiring moms can avoid giving the virus to newborns.
Modern medicine has reduced mother-to-baby transmission, but we're not out of the woods yet.
Though advances in HIV treatment have raised survival rates, a higher cancer risk still exists.
Do successful coronavirus vaccines mean hope for vaccination against HIV/AIDS?
ART and PrEP save lives, but costs for the patient add up quickly.
For people diagnosed with HIV or AIDS, 'normal' is significantly more complicated to define.
Take a closer look at the impact of sexually transmitted diseases on the immune system.
If you're hooking up, you may want to look into this HIV prevention drug.
HIV detection and treatment have come a long way. Here’s a primer on HIV causes and stages.
An HIV diagnosis is not synonymous with an AIDS diagnosis, and does not mean a bleak prognosis.
Discussing your concerns when dealing with an STD doesn't have to be so hard.
A life can be lived well even when an HIV diagnosis makes the future seem daunting.
How do HIV medications work? Have we cured AIDS? Can HIV transmission be prevented?
Progress has been made in HIV and AIDS prevention, but misinformation continues to flourish.
Millions of men have ED, and HIV-positive men endure it on top of a life-changing diagnosis.
Prevention is definitely best, but with early treatment, most HIV cases won't advance to AIDS.
The stigma left by the HIV/AIDS epidemic is almost as harmful as the disease. Let’s change that.
While huge strides have been made in HIV care, the virus is still a global health concern.
The evolution of HIV/AIDS treatment has helped many patients enjoy normal life expectancy.