The MSM Global Forum on HIV has appointed HIV-positive activist Jack Mackenroth as its new senior communications officer, and promises a "bold new communications strategy" in the coming year.
According to the International HIV/AIDS Alliance's Global Campaign Coordinator Karen Johnson: "Decades of hard-won progress in the fight against AIDS could unravel unless governments commit quickly to including LGBTI people in the new development goa...
Community-based antiretroviral therapy (ART) delivery can improve both the level of access to treatment and the quality of health outcomes for people living with HIV.
Is World AIDS Day about the local? Or the global? When you think about World AIDS Day, "where" should you think about?
World AIDS Day Comes Early: UNAIDS Report Has Bold Vision, Key Messages -- but Needs More Precision on HIV Prevention
"Everything that the UNAIDS report lists is important. But the details of what goes where -- which packages, in which places -- and what specific terms mean are missing."
What happens when HIV becomes a weapon in times of biological or chemical warfare?
What would you be willing to pay for a cure for HIV? We bring you five fresh perspectives, from science to the streets.
The seemingly imminent end of HIV has become a rallying cry for everything from AIDS Walk pledges to research dollars. And however well-meaning these contentions might be, I find it to be a sad and cynical ploy for donations and engagement. Our publi...
Eighty to 90 percent of gay men in low- and middle-income countries do not have access to HIV prevention services. How do we reach out to these people?
According to Treatment Action Group, "access to essential medicines is a part of the human right to health." Here, they explain how much red tape is in the way of that right.