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Three former AIDS Healthcare Foundation employees have filed a suit claiming that the organization's business model includes illegal kickbacks. AHF denies these claims.
If you're facing a new HIV diagnosis, this may be a scary time. Here's some advice from people living with HIV on how to deal with a diagnosis.
Aaron Laxton and Mathew Rodriguez decided to start Positive Radio Network, a weekly online radio show, as an open space for the HIV community to discuss important issues.
Here are 11 gay men living with HIV whose personal and professional efforts have helped others live better -- and brought all of us closer to the end of the epidemic.
TheBody.com talked with Scott Kramer, a therapist who specializes in supporting people living with HIV, about his non-stigmatizing approach to helping people who are facing addiction issues along with HIV.
The CDC has recently committed $185 million in HIV prevention for gay and bisexual men of color and transgender people. While advocates applaud the move, they have some suggestions for useful tactics that will make sure the money isn't wasted.
As the case of Michael "Tiger Mandingo" Johnson awaits trial, The Counter Narrative Project, led by Charles Stephens, is galvanizing support for the young man faced with criminal charges.
After an HIV outbreak in Southeastern Indiana, the governor has instituted a short-term needle exchange program. However, the temporary nature of the program has many wondering if it's enough, and whether the governor is ignoring good public health p...
PrEP protects against unsuppressed virus, not HIV-positive people. When we talk about the who instead of the what, we risk spreading the stigma that can keep people away from testing and care in the first place.