VAVA VOOM is Visual AIDS' dazzling spring benefit to honor and support artists living with HIV and fighting the epidemic.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services today officially changed the name of AIDS.gov, the federal government's leading source for information about HIV, to HIV.gov.
Hello doctor. I hope you are having a great day. Today I'm about to start my treatment but what calls my attention is that the only medication my doctor is giving is Truvada. Normally, and actually a lot of friend who have been HIV+ for years have to...
Thanks dr young for your efforts and help. I am on Genvoya and i have to undergo a colonoscopy soon. I have read that you are normally sedated with midazolam. Is it advisable .? Should i tell the doctors that i am Positive? Is it really necessary?...
HIV-Positive Women Overwhelmingly Report Leading Healthier, More Self-Assured Lives Thanks to The Well Project
Since its founding in 2002, it's helped hundreds of thousands of women living with HIV. Get the stories behind the statistics on The Well Project.
"Colorado Advocacy Day was a huge success on April 21st," Barb Cardell writes. "This early chance to discuss the science of HIV, basics of advocacy, language and partnership with CORA organizations gave us a strong base from which to grow."
Where can I find information on the quality and accessibility of hiv treatment services for cities in the USA? For example, I searched for patient feedback and reviews on the Owen Clinic in S.D. and found NOTHING. That is very suspicious to me that s...
"It is not our culture, our machismo, or our gay sex that requires your immediate attention," writes Miguel Garcia, who urges non-profits to shift their deficiency-based gaze to themselves.
"I am a gay man of color openly living with HIV," writes Andrew Spieldenner, Ph.D., chair of United States People Living With HIV Caucus, "and I no longer see a place for my kind of leadership in HIV agencies."
Advocacy groups for patients with cancer, Alzheimer's, HIV and other diseases almost always accept funding from pharmaceutical firms, and many fail to report any contributions, new research shows.