On May 13, Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton met with representatives of the Gay Men's Health Crisis and other AIDS Service Organizations to have an in-depth policy conversation around the epidemic, in America and abroad.
Eric Brus looks at the American Psychological Association (APA) resolution opposing HIV criminalization and recommending the repeal or reform of HIV laws that still remain in effect in many U.S. states.
On Saturday, May 14, defending champions The West Hollywood Cheerleaders return to defend their title from The LA Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence in the 5th Annual Drag Queen World Series a fun filled, comedic and antic full game.
Chronic HCV can lead to end stage liver disease and liver cancer, which has increased 56 percent since 2003. But a new report shows that elimination of HCV in the U.S. is possible.
Beginning May 12, many of New York City's landmarks will light up red to raise awareness for HIV/AIDS and the May 15 AIDS Walk in Central Park.
The California HIV/AIDS Research Program has announced that it has funded three new demonstration projects - including two in the Bay Area - to learn more about PrEP for transgender women and men.
New research finds that black female college students were often unlikely to use online resources related to HIV prevention, due to the stigma associated with the disease.
People living with HIV/AIDS in West and Central Africa continue to suffer needlessly and die silently despite globally-agreed goals to curb the HIV epidemic by 2020, says Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières.
On Friday, May 6, The Latino Commission on AIDS will hold their 2016 Annual Cielo Gala event at Cipriani Wall Street.
This weekend, May 6-8, Legacy Counseling Center holds the largest conference for women living with HIV/AIDS in the nation.