Latest by Mathew Rodriguez
Even after two men in San Francisco who were on PrEP were diagnosed with hepatitis C, advocates hold that PrEP is a valuable tool that should not be dismissed.
Elite controllers are able to manage their viral load without the use of HIV meds, but could not being on HIV treatment mean they actually have worse health outcomes?
Do serodiscordant couples need to use a condom when they want to have sex? A prominent HIV doctor sounds off.
For Rae Lewis-Thornton, GI issues are nothing new. In her honest, unsparing account of her challenges and triumphs with recurring diarrhea, she explains, "I'm never going to quit, no matter how much I feel like I want to. My perseverance is simple. I...
A first step in the workup of diarrhea is usually stool studies: culture and exam for parasites. In some cases, a colonoscopy and/or upper endoscopy is recommended.
HRC Foundation's New HIV/AIDS Project Fellow Discusses Faith Communities, Coalition Building and Gay Men of Color
After years of experience working with the HIV-positive black gay population in Tennessee, Marvell Terry is setting his sights on a national agenda as the HIV/AIDS Project Fellow for the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.
Of the six men experiencing rare eye complications from secondary syphilis, three reported having sex with other men prior to diagnosis, and three of the men are HIV positive. Ocular syphilis usually affects fewer than one in a million people every y...
Can skipping a dose of your daily med pose a problem? What if you take two the next day? Dr. Joel Gallant has the answer.
Are being undetectable and being negative the same thing? Dr. Joel Gallant weighs in on whether undetectable is the new negative.
Raquel Sapien is openly transgender and living with HIV, and in this interview she discusses stigma within the family, dealing with coinfection and mental health and why being a sex worker has made her such a good counselor.