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Bono, Clooney, Kardashian Part of All-Star Campaign for AIDS

By Mesfin Fekadu | Nov 30
Would you like to spend quality time with George Clooney as he showers you with compliments?

HIV-Positive Doctor Says His Dog Saved His Life

By Martha Irvine | Nov 29
The doctor, who's helped save many an AIDS patient, knows it sounds a little crazy that the companionship and simple needs of a pet could help him cope with his disease and pull him out of depression.

amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, Asks America to "Sing for AIDS"

By Mike Halterman | Nov 29
amfAR is asking the world to contribute to the cure by singing and uploading brief covers of the song "That's What Friends Are For" on social media using the hashtag: #SingForAIDS.

Gay Adult Star Turned HIV Educator

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Nov 29
Rocco Steele lives with HIV. A gay adult performer and director, he is now having a second act as an HIV awareness educator.

Pope Says 'Catastrophic' if Interests Derail Climate Talks

By Nicole Winfield and Tom Odula | Nov 27
Pope Francis warned Thursday that it would be "catastrophic" for world leaders to let special interest groups get in the way of a global agreement to curb fossil fuel emissions.

HIV Today: What You Should Know if You Are Sexually Active

By Chris Tittel | Nov 27
Apart from getting tested and knowing your HIV status, education is the next most important factor in protecting yourself and others. Here's what you need to know.

Nonprofit Gives WAD Proceeds of 'Rent' to AIDS Foundation of Chicago

By EDGE | Nov 27
On World AIDS Day, December 1, Chicago startup nonprofit Artists Giving Back will present a one-night engagement production of "Rent," with all net proceeds from ticket sales donated to the AIDS Foundation of Chicago.

Proceeds From Hillcrest Brewery's Red Ribbon Ale Benefits HIV/AIDS Research

By EDGE | Nov 27
For World AIDS Day, Hillcrest Brewing Company's Red Ribbon Ale sale proceeds are all going towards The Scripps Research Institute's HIV/AIDS research.

Hornet and MSMGF Launch 'Blue Ribbon Boys' HIV Viral Suppression Campaign

By Winnie McCroy | Nov 27
MSMGF has partnered with popular gay social app, Hornet, to launch Blue Ribbon Boys, the largest targeted, global HIV viral suppression campaign to date.

Most States Still Criminalizing HIV

By David Crary and Brian Melley | Nov 25
Charlie Sheen's recent revelation that he's HIV-positive served as a reminder that his home state of California remains among a large group of states with HIV-specific criminal laws that activists consider outdated.

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