We're telling the stories of the people and places that will be profoundly affected by the "Ending the HIV Epidemic" plan as it unfolds, and seeking to answer the question: Can this plan truly end HIV transmission in the U.S.?
Through The Afiya Center, an organization run by black women in Texas, this anonymous writer was finally able to get the abortion she needed.
Creating stigma for abortions may have a chilling effect on those seeking any sexual health care.
A pitched primary battle between two young, female candidates for a space atop the state's Democratic gubernatorial ticket has already garnered interest from the national media, and it should be on the radar of HIV advocates across the country as wel...
Betty Price's comments about HIV spark backlash while her committee quietly issues a well-reasoned critique of Georgia's HIV criminal laws.
Big Pharma money can beef up public health efforts. But it can also distract from unchecked drug pricing -- and from government negligence.
Injection Drug Use-Related HIV Infections Skyrocket in Northern Kentucky, Underscoring Immediate Need for Syringe Access Programs
All signs point toward what could be a major HIV outbreak like that seen in rural Indiana in 2014. This time, will local officials act before it spirals out of control?
The number of new HIV-positive cases in the U.S. has sharply declined in most parts of the country. Nonurban areas, particularly in the South, are showing sharp increases. Why?
The recent forum focused on racial and ethnic minority gay and bisexual men in the South and aimed to identify opportunities to increase regional coordination of HIV prevention and treatment efforts.
"People of color are aware that we have to take more initiative and control to save ourselves," explains Francisco Luis White. "We're eager to and capable of truly leading the HIV/AIDS charge in our community."