Lois Smith, who has starred in movies, television and theater for over 60 years is giving a (relatively) small but Tony-worthy performance in Broadway's "The Inheritance."
The number of Latinx people newly infected with HIV virus spiked an estimated 14 percent between 2010 and 2016.
New Zealand is now home to the world's first HIV-positive sperm bank. Founded in the hope of destigmatizing the process for those who wish to become parents, it already has three donors.
Scientists at Scripps Research have released a study which suggests their experimental HIV vaccine has the potential to be effective against multiple strains of the virus.
Frank Ocean debuted his new queer club night PrEP+ in Queens, but many critics accused Ocean of trying to rewrite history and taking funding from PrEP manufacturers for the invite-only event.
"Now even though I have been forced to tell you this, I choose to fight to educate and break the stigma around this subject."
The new face of America's HIV/AIDS epidemic is black men in mostly rural Southern states like Alabama. Men like me.
HIV/AIDS disproportionately affects black women in the U.S.
Prince Harry is living up to his mother's legacy as a longtime supporter of charities fighting the spread, transmission and stigma surrounding HIV/AIDS.
Taking PrEP can reduce the risk of contracting HIV by more than 90 percent.
The curators of 'Art AIDS America' say a conservative art world failed to confront the subject when the crisis was at its worst.
The policies of South Africa's former president resulted in hundreds of thousands of premature AIDS deaths.
While HIV infection rates are falling globally, in Asia and the Pacific region infections among 10-19 year-olds have increased.
Medical practices spend 20 hours a week helping patients with the prior authorization process.
A pill meant to prevent HIV infections in high-risk individuals appears to be working, according to two new studies.
"We're excited about what lays ahead as we have real potential to end this epidemic."
Why not spend less on treating HIV and more on preventing new infections?
The protein-based treatment appears to be impervious to HIV mutations.
A possible AIDS cure mimics a rare, natural-born immunity.
The study was conducted over a decade and concluded that the site's personal ads led to an increase in the disease.
The tipping point has been passed, but more needs to be done to ensure HIV/AIDS rates keep declining, researchers say.
Tensions rise over a prophylactic drug treatment for HIV infection