There is real racism in our health care system, Kenyon Farrow writes -- and we need more black people to work with us to transform systems, not believe in false prophets.
As part of an ongoing effort to raise awareness about the impact the HIV/AIDS epidemic is having on black lives, the Black Treatment Advocates Network (BTAN) in Maryland hosted the program "Exploring the Criminalization of HIV."
More information about why an undetectable viral load stops HIV transmission (U=U).
"Thinking about sex? Think about PrEP." That's the message from this public health commercial aimed at raising awareness about HIV prevention in the District of Columbia.
How does HIV treatment prevent HIV transmission? What does "undetectable" mean? Learn the basics about U=U.
"I'm proud to be one of the many people living with HIV helping to promote the fact that undetectable truly means untransmittable," Kevin Maloney writes.
Over the past decade, the District of Columbia has seen more than a 74% decrease in the number of new HIV infections, from 1,333 new cases in 2007 to 347 in 2016. What's behind this decrease?
Maria T. Mejia created a video to get the message out that undetectable equals untransmittable, saying "we need to be visible and we need to reach main stream media."
"What haunts me the most are my memories of being a volunteer HIV testing counselor in the late 1980s and early 1990s," writes Richard Wolitski, Ph.D., as he reflects on this year's World AIDS Day.
Why do Americans and their insurers pay more for some drugs and less for others? And who decides what a fair price for a drug should be, and how can manufacturers and health plans be compelled to improve access and affordability?