Under obsolete regulation dating back to the 1980s, military personnel living with the virus are considered undeployable.
A doctor cancelled Sean Stentiford's HIV test despite him being at high risk of contracting the virus. He later developed brain damage and was forced to quit his job as a lawyer.
Daryll Rowe told the jury he believed he was cured of having the virus after drinking his own urine.
Officials said the baby girl died after her lungs "literally exploded from the inside."
He reportedly told his “patients” that he could give them an injection that would make them feel better.
Arc is the first and so far only non-viral protein known to behave this way.
This isn't the first time Goop has disseminated questionable information.
Boosted by a siege mentality and stigma, conspiracy theorists are telling Russians that HIV diagnoses are not real.
Scientists have a powerful new way to reproduce the success.
He used social media to lure in women.
An executive order could change the lives of people living with HIV.
“I don’t want to say the quarantine word—but I guess I just said it,” Betty Price said.
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.