Over the past 40 years, women living with HIV/AIDS have had to—and continue to—fight against erasure from the historical dominant narrative.
“Ask patients what they want to do, give them their options, and let them choose,” says David Malebranche, M.D., M.P.H., on his approach to treating people with HIV.
In the wake of a brutal alleged murder, activists have united to repeal HIV criminalization laws, get hate crime legislation on the books, and fill gaps in HIV treatment access.
What is disability pride? Radical acceptance of both self and community.
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Terms like “HIV-infected" and "HIV-exposed" further stigmatize and dehumanize people living with HIV.
Insurers Will Now Have to Fully Cover PrEP and Its Visits and Labs—but Advocates Want the CDC to Do More
They’ve sent a letter to the agency asking it to let states with poor health coverage use CDC money for PrEP visits and labs.
Diagnosed with AIDS in the mid-1990s, the writer chronicles his battles and triumphs with hospitals, family, and his own body.
Writer Juan Michael Porter II reflects on processing his HIV diagnosis and his meandering path to asking for help and seeking treatment.
Thankfully, there’s new funding to understand conditions causing extreme fatigue, pain, “brain fog,” and awful crashes after exercise. How soon will it yield treatments?
It’s time for Black LGBTQ men to introduce their queer and birth families to each other.
Bryan C. Jones is addressing the social and structural disparities that play a part in the HIV epidemic. "If we don't start having a real conversation about white privilege ... we'll never get ahead of this fight."
When Jeremiah Johnson was kicked out of the Peace Corps after his HIV diagnosis, he was angry, scared, ashamed, and struggling to figure out his next steps. Then he met Benjamin Young, M.D.
Sure, there's all the usual stuff it's important to talk about, like lab results and HIV treatment options. But what else should you ask your HIV care provider that could end up improving your health?