Latest by Tim Murphy
In the Era of Daily PrEP, Feds May Stop Research Funding Gels, Rings, and Douches for HIV Prevention
The effectiveness of pre-exposure prophylaxis has played a role in diverting U.S. funding from microbicide research.
San Francisco Will Be First U.S. City With Legal Injection Site to Prevent Opioid Overdoses; Others Scramble to Follow
Even as overdose deaths surge, the movement for "safe consumption" sites remains fraught with challenges.
These and other rules show that many states, urged on by Trump, are trying to push people off their coverage.
Yummy Stews, Sunlight Time, and Friends: Find Out How These HIV-Positive Folks Cope With the Winter Blues
HIV-positive cold-clime folks on how they stave off colds, seasonal affective disorder, or the run-of-the-mill winter blues – and how they stay toasty and cozy – until those daffodils start a-poppin’!
The U.S. Has Allowed Back an HIV-Positive Mexican Immigrant Who Was Wrongly Deported. But Why Did This Happen at All?
Carlos Bringas-Rodriguez was detained in Kansas on Dec. 20 and, days later, all but dumped at the Mexican border with a limited supply of HIV meds and his cell phone.
Big Pharma money can beef up public health efforts. But it can also distract from unchecked drug pricing -- and from government negligence.
Liam Pierce was offered a job as a sheriff's deputy -- until they found out he had HIV. Now, he's fighting back in court.
Physical therapist and fitness trainer Greg Rothman provides details of a short strength training workout to improve your overall physical fitness.
The company that makes it says it switched the product from over the counter to prescription only because it doesn't sell. Advocates say that's because the company has never promoted it. Who's right?
"Still Fighting for Our Lives," an exhibition running through Dec. 31 at Philadelphia's William Way LGBT Center, showcases part of the collection amassed by the city's acclaimed AIDS Library.