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Trump's Hateful Public Charge Proposal Will Be Deadly for Immigrants Living With HIV and Other Chronic Health Conditions

In its latest attack on the most vulnerable Americans, the Trump administration announced a proposal that, if implemented, would intimidate and seek to punish immigrants for accessing -- or even being perceived as potentially needing -- nutrition, ho...

By Positive Women's Network of the United States of America (PWN-USA)

AIDS2020 Will Welcome All the Right People to the USA. What a Travesty.

"It is every bit as absurd as it sounds," Mark S. King writes. "The International AIDS Society (IAS) plans to hold their global AIDS2020 conference in San Francisco -- an insanely expensive and privileged city located in a country that has become dan...

By Mark S. King for

Newborn Syphilis Cases More Than Double in Four Years, Reaching 20-Year High

Cases of congenital syphilis more than doubled in the U.S. since 2013, outpacing overall increases in STDs nationwide.

By Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

As HIV Rates Soar in Louisiana, LSU Withholds PrEP Coverage

Baton Rouge has had the highest HIV rates in the nation for years. Yet, Louisiana State University's biggest insurance policy does not cover PrEP.

By Ryan Lee

An Opportunity to End Two of the World's Deadliest Infectious Diseases: TB and HIV

As world leaders come together at the United Nations in New York this week, "the world has the opportunity to set some bold actionable targets to end two of the world's leading infectious killers."


From Safety Nets to Barbed Wire: Secretary Azar Takes Money From HIV Programs to Pay for Detention of Immigrant Children

"Taking away federal HIV funding in order to detain immigrant children after separating them from their families is appalling and cannot be tolerated."

By AIDS United

The Broad Benefits of AIDS Research

Many new treatments for diseases such as cancer, hepatitis, and heart disease have arisen from research on HIV/AIDS.

By amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research

The National Movement to Decriminalize HIV Right Across State Lines

"Ending HIV criminalization has always been dear to my heart," says HIV advocate and organizer Chris Wade. "It can happen to anybody at any point in time."

By AIDS Foundation of Chicago

Ending HIV Stigma Takes Center Stage at Congressional Black Caucus Conference Panel Discussion

Ending the HIV epidemic in black communities is more than about health care, it's also about stomping out HIV stigma, according to experts and advocates who spoke at a recent panel discussion presented by the Congressional Black Caucus.

By George Kevin Jordan

Before Celebrities Spoke of AIDS: A Reflection From the Beginning of the Epidemic

George Sonsel, founding member and first executive director of Desert AIDS Project, looks back at the time people came together to help members of their community die with dignity through compassionate hospice care.

By AIDS United