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Sin Vergüenza is based on real people and their stories, woven together in composite form, as seen at Los Angeles AltaMed clinics by the show's creators.
A rundown of some of the basic things you should know if you have been recently diagnosed with HIV.
As of March 1, the Social Security Administration began requiring that people living with HIV prove they are still disabled. Like others receiving disability payments, they will have to go through a Continuing Disability Review.
It's about much more than hormones and surgery. "The biggest issue for my patients is still stigmatization," says Christopher Nguyen, M.D.
Learn which HIV medication drug levels are increased or decreased by hormone therapy for transgender people.
In a way, the story of ibalizumab is a time travel tale back to 1994, before any protease inhibitor drugs were approved.