Latest by Mathew Rodriguez
Michael Johnson, the HIV-positive wrestler charged with HIV transmission and exposure, was found guilty by a Missouri jury. He will be sentenced in July and faces up to 60 years in prison.
If certain HIV medications can cause gynecomastia (male breast enlargement), could they do the same in women? Dr. Joel Gallant responds.
There are many different reasons to want to switch regimens. But which are worth it? Joel Gallant, M.D., responds to two patients considering changes.
"That word, justice, is hard to pin down. Any definition of justice that applies in our criminal justice system may be too paltry to encapsulate true justice for all those involved in this case," writes Mathew Rodriguez in this op-ed on the Michael J...
God's Love We Deliver, a New York City institution that serves those living with HIV and/or other chronic illnesses, is celebrating 30 years. Karen Pearl, CEO and president, shares her thoughts on this occasion.
Each of the people in a care clinic or a care provider’s office has a unique set of responsibilities. Getting to know each person and all of the roles of your treatment team will help you get the best care possible.
Several states have approved "religious freedom" legislation. Could pharmacists refuse to fill a prescription for Truvada for PrEP if they say they have a religious belief against certain sexual behaviors? The answer, as you may guess, is not simple....
The settlement requires Stephen G. Diamantoni, M.D., & Associates Family Practice to compensate the family and develop an anti-discrimination policy. All staff members must undergo training on HIV transmission and universal precautions.
HIV doctor Joel Gallant responds to a patient question about life expectancy after diagnosis and squashes some misconceptions.