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In a move to fix ongoing service provision problems by the AIDS Drug Assistance Program, the California Department of Public Health announced that they have terminated a contract with their ADAP administrator.
The co-founder of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation discusses how activists can take action with an incoming Donald Trump administration.
PrEP is changing the landscape of sex parties and other group sex events, helping to break down barriers between people who are positive and negative -- and helping people who are HIV-negative stay that way.
Organizations based in San Francisco's Tenderloin and Civic Center neighborhoods have joined forces with public health authorities to increase the safe disposal of injection drug equipment in the area.
Douglas M. Brooks, M.S.W., announced that he will step down from his position as director of the Office of National AIDS Policy (ONAP). For the past two years, he has been President Barack Obama's lead advisor on issues related to HIV and AIDS.
"A lot of us want to stop, reduce or change how we use a substance in our lives," writes Joanna Eveland, M.D. "But it can be hard. We've evolved, as a species with bodies that are particularly attuned to rewards and incentives."
Psychotherapist Justin Natoli explains how fears from the past may be standing in the way of sexual authenticity today.
A recent survey of homeless people in San Francisco found 7% were living with HIV or AIDS-related illness, which has left Jonathan concerned about his housing.