As with HIV, it’s time to skip the conspiracy theories and focus on public health.
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.
The digital world can be a great place for folks with HIV to connect and learn from one another -- as long as we know how to handle the (occasional) haters.
South African activists, health care workers and scientists "were faced with a horrific epidemic and did the right thing," Glenda Gray and James McIntyre. "En masse they spoke truth to power. They were relentless in their pursuit of scientific evid...
"Drug companies are greedy," opines Heather Boerner, "but that doesn't mean you shouldn't consider PrEP."
Dr. Eugenie Scott shares theories about science denialism that could explain why people reject PrEP, as well as vaccines and climate change data.
In the light of the death of Victor Pond, a loved one writes about the danger of HIV denialist rhetoric.
Diagnosed in 1996, at the apex of his career in boxing, Morrison fought back against the notion that his HIV would develop into AIDS and end his life. The fighter quickly fell into a deep and intractable pattern of denial that would kill him 17 years...
"What do denialists believe? First, they question whether or not HIV is the cause of AIDS. A lot of denialists do not think that HIV is a sexually transmitted disease. If they are positive, they do not take HIV medications."
"As we wind down 2011 and look back at the year in HIV and everything we've published on TheBody.com, I want to reflect on what you haven't seen on our site," our general manager Aryeh Lebeau writes. "We take the liberty of screening article comments...