How will this new drug be implemented and who will it actually help most?
The preventive treatment needs dedicated advocates to keep reaching those who need it.
Yes, evidence suggests pre-exposure prophylactics will still do the job.
Researchers are investigating the technology that fights COVID-19 for further uses.
What does a straight mother of a gay son need to know about the HIV prevention pill?
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.
Despite years of advancement, there’s much more to learn about this still-misunderstood virus.
If a patient won't let a doctor treat them, what is the doctor left to do?
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.
Research gaps prevent us from knowing the full repercussions of HIV and AIDS on fertility.
If you're hooking up, you may want to look into this HIV prevention drug.
Discussing your concerns when dealing with an STD doesn't have to be so hard.
HIV symptoms change significantly as the disease progresses through multiple stages.
The U=U campaign seems too good to be true, but studies increasingly support it.
Prevention is definitely best, but with early treatment, most HIV cases won't advance to AIDS.
Are injectables the future of viral load suppression therapy?
While huge strides have been made in HIV care, the virus is still a global health concern.
Pre-exposure prophylaxis has helped many people avoid HIV. Find out if it might work for you.