News » AIDS

11 thru 20 of 1163 Stories
At amfAR Capitol Hill Conference, Government and Health Leaders Urge Continued Investments in HIV/AIDS Programs To End Epidemic

At amfAR Capitol Hill Conference, Government and Health Leaders Urge Continued Investments in HIV/AIDS Programs To End Epidemic

Jun 19
Substanical cuts in U.S. HIV/AIDS programs would seriously jeopardize the significant progress made thus far in the fight against the epidemic, said experts at the amfAR Capitol Hill conference.

6 Advocates Resign from Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS: 'We're Outta Here'

6 Advocates Resign from Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS: 'We're Outta Here'

Jun 19
President Trump doesn't care about HIV/AIDS according to six influential health advocates, who, until last week, served on Presidential Advisory Council

UH Researchers Work to Curb Alcohol Abuse in HIV-Positive Patients

UH Researchers Work to Curb Alcohol Abuse in HIV-Positive Patients

Jun 16
A team of University of Houston researchers from the Department of Psychology has been awarded a National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant to reduce HIV transmission and progression among hazardous alcohol users.

Gay Men and Sex Workers Overlooked in Uganda's Fast-Track HIV Initiative

Gay Men and Sex Workers Overlooked in Uganda's Fast-Track HIV Initiative

Jun 15
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni launched an initiative to combat HIV by 2030, but activists are already criticizing it for failing to take into account gay men, sex workers and drug users, who bear a disproportionate share of HIV.

On World Blood Donor Day, GMHC and Blood Equality Fight to End Discriminatory Blood Ban

On World Blood Donor Day, GMHC and Blood Equality Fight to End Discriminatory Blood Ban

Jun 14
Today, in recognition of World Blood Donor Day, GMHC and Blood Equality announced a new social media campaign to end the discriminatory practice of banning gay and bisexual men from donating blood unless they have been celibate for one year.

'The PrEP Diaries: A Safe(r) Sex Memoir,' Now Out From Lethe Press

'The PrEP Diaries: A Safe(r) Sex Memoir,' Now Out From Lethe Press

Jun 14
(Seattle) Living beyond the fear of HIV is the subject of "The PrEP Diaries: A Safe(r) Sex Memoir" by American writer Evan J. Peterson.

Ask The Doc: Body Beautiful for Pride

Ask The Doc: Body Beautiful for Pride

By Dr. Peter Meacher | Jun 13
In this special Pride month edition of Ask the Doc, Dr. Peter Meacher, MD FAAFP AAHIVS, shares some advice on helping you be your best during the celebrations and parties that happen around Pride.

FDA Approves First Generic Truvada in U.S.

FDA Approves First Generic Truvada in U.S.

Jun 12
The FDA just approved the first generic version of Truvada to treat and prevent HIV infections.

Deondre Moore Tells His Story as a Greater than AIDS Ambassador

Deondre Moore Tells His Story as a Greater than AIDS Ambassador

By Jillian Melero | Jun 8
When, at 19 years old, Deondre Moore told his mother he was HIV-positive, she begged him not to tell his story. But Moore told it anyway, and became an official Greater Than AIDS ambassador

Philly Fight Presents 'End AIDS: The HIV Prevention and Outreach Summit'

Philly Fight Presents 'End AIDS: The HIV Prevention and Outreach Summit'

Jun 7
On Wednesday, June 7, Philadelphia FIGHT will present End AIDS: The HIV Prevention and Outreach Summit at the Pennsylvania Convention Center on 13th and Arch Streets in Philadelphia, with a full lineup of events.

11 thru 20 of 1163 Stories