Latest by Lucile Scott
A growing list of countries have passed repressive legislation in response to LGBT communities standing up to demand their rights, deterring HIV testing and outreach and setting back the fight to end HIV/AIDS, writes Lucille Scott.
Networks led by people with HIV, a cornerstone of support and advocacy in the early epidemic, waned in the mid-1990s. But in a recent survey, SERO Project found more groups than anticipated, and has pledged to link them into a national force.
"We wanted to call attention to the fact that this isn't just about one scummy hedge fund guy, but a whole bunch of them," explained Michael Kink of HedgeClippers. "Twenty of the 25 drugs with the fastest-rising prices over the past two years are lin...
Will these innovative programs in NYC and Philadelphia help meet the needs of a nation facing rising rates of injection drug use?
How have war and instability hampered HIV prevention efforts in the Democratic Republic of the Congo?
How can two of the communities hit hardest by HIV -- gay men and transgender individuals -- continue to protect themselves against transmission?
In the opening hours of AIDS 2012, singer and AIDS activist Elton John joined Phill Wilson, head of the Black AIDS Institute, to call for people with HIV worldwide to disclose their status publicly, in an effort to communally fight stigma and misperc...
Melanie Haskin Reese, 60, tells Housing Works why she's headed to D.C. for the We Can End AIDS march on July 24th and why she's working overtime to sign up Baltimorians to get on the bus with her.
Why is it important to you to travel to D.C. for the...