The approach uncovers secret spots where the virus lingers in the body.
The arguments of AIDS activists and experts for blanket decriminalization of the sex trade is simple but horrendously flawed.
A new study explores incentivizing HIV care through small monetary awards.
A new study also found that web search data following Sheen’s disclosure was a strong predictor of test kit sales.
By identifying a certain protein marker, doctors may be able to target hidden HIV and rid a patient's body of the virus.
Scientists have developed a method of preventing HIV from disabling immune cells that help to destroy infections.
A new genetic editing technique brings us closer to an eventual cure.
Recent data shows that treatment arranged through buyers clubs can be just as effective as through conventional channels.
On World Blood Donor Day, LGBT activists ask federal health officials to reverse an antiquated public health policy enforced at the height of the AIDS crisis.
A handful of Maseru’s cabs are sex-education classrooms on wheels.
Despite having a higher risk for cancer than the rest of the population, people with HIV are much less likely to get chemo, surgery and radiotherapy.
Programs urging people not to have sex detract attention and resources from critical health topics that are likely to save more lives.
New research analyzed media coverage and Internet searches after the actor’s recent disclosure.
Intravenous drug use, lack of sex education and conservative policies have sent HIV infection rates soaring in Russia.
Gay men can now donate blood 12 months after their last sexual contact with another man.
Public health officials urge physicians to counsel certain patients on pre-exposure prophylaxis, which has been found to reduce HIV transmission by more than 90 percent.
A new study examines the psychological factors that influence a person’s decision to refrain from learning their status.
The risk for HIV transmission through blood transfusion is incredibly small.