"This empty White House press release is all the more absurd given Trump's ignorance on and indifference to people living with AIDS, Pence's role in a major HIV outbreak in Indiana, and this administration's repeated efforts to rip affordable health ...
"It seems as if there's a real disconnect when it comes to PrEP, the populations that need it, and messages to them about it," Charles Sanchez writes.
The Trump administration's proposed budget cuts to the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) could result in over a million people experiencing HIV treatment disruptions, leading to tens of thousands of preventable AIDS-related deaths f...
Evany Turk is leading the charge to mobilize HIV advocates into a force for change in the November elections and educating candidates and potential voters on the most important issues for her community.
"The number of people newly diagnosed with HIV in New York state has fallen to historic lows, proving that efforts to end the epidemic are making a significant impact," Johanne Morne writes.
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.
Betty Price's comments about HIV spark backlash while her committee quietly issues a well-reasoned critique of Georgia's HIV criminal laws.
Research indicates that robust universal health coverage could contribute to reducing HIV incidence by improving access to proven tools for reducing transmission.
Early effects of U.S. restrictions to global health aid include cuts to essential health services in Kenya and Uganda, resulting in a loss of training and equipment and widespread confusion about implementation.