AIDS

Health & Wellness

Mass. Group, Others Push for HIV Prevention Pill

A Massachusetts group and 12 others are working to stop the HIV/AIDS epidemic by pressing federal officials to quickly review…

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Featured

A Red Ribbon Day

World AIDS Day 2011 is commemorated with a variety of Houston events.

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Featured

The ‘Berlin Patient’

Timothy Ray Brown, aka “The Berlin Patient,” is the first person to be declared cured of HIV. A Seattle native…

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Blog

Cornelius Baker to be Honored at Nov. 17 Annual Awards Lecture

Activist, educator, and senior policy advisor for the National Black Gay Men’s Advocacy Coalition, Cornelius Baker will present Protest and…

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Health & Wellness

UN: AIDS Epidemic Stabilizing, Still Work to Do

The AIDS epidemic is leveling off and the number of people newly infected with the virus that causes it has…

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International News

DeGeneres Named Envoy for Global AIDS Awareness

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton announced that Ellen DeGeneres has been named as a Special Envoy for Global AIDS…

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International News

Filipino Gays March Against Discrimination

More than 1,000 gays, lesbians and transgenders have marched in the Philippine capital to demand equal rights and an end…

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International News

Nigeria Anti-Gay Marriage Bill Risks AIDS Funding

A bill originally designed to outlaw gay marriage in Nigeria will likely jeopardize millions of dollars of Western aid geared…

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Health & Wellness

Philippine Health Chief Hit for Anti-Gay Comments

The Philippine health chief is under attack for suggesting at an AIDS conference that health workers survey homes of gay…

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Columns

HIV “Treatment as Prevention” Study Science Breakthrough of the Year

The finding that HIV treatment with antiretroviral drugs (ARVs) can actually prevent transmission of the virus from an infected person…

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