A Kremlin-backed group issued a report blaming pro-sex lobby for HIV crisis.
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.
Newsweek Europe editor Matt McAllester takes us inside this week's issue.
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.
Kathy Ireland said in an interview that the film star sold her jewelry to fund experimental research.
While HIV infection rates are falling globally, in Asia and the Pacific region infections among 10-19 year-olds have increased.
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.
Preliminary results from a phase 2 trial found the maintenance therapy may be even more effective at achieving viral suppression than three daily antiretroviral pills.
Medical practices spend 20 hours a week helping patients with the prior authorization process.
37 million people worldwide should be on treatment.
A pill meant to prevent HIV infections in high-risk individuals appears to be working, according to two new studies.
An insurance company reports patients on preexposure prophylaxis (PrEP) have remained free of the virus.
A study found that new HIV infections related to injected drug use dropped 70 percent after the federal government allowed Washington, D.C., to fund syringe exchange programs.
The queer rapper has been battling the disease since 2011, an announcement made to coincide with Pride weekend.
"We're excited about what lays ahead as we have real potential to end this epidemic."