HIV

Local News

Community Center offers new HIV support group

Representatives for the Houston GLBT Community Center have announced the launch of a weekly support group for individuals living with…

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National News

New campaign encourages physicians to routinely test for HIV

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have announced it has launched a new initiative, “HIV Screening. Standard Care,” to…

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Blog

National Latino AIDS Awareness Day Officially launching 2010 Website

National Latino Aids Awareness Day (NLAAD) has officially launched the unveiling of its new website, www.nlaad.org. The fully bilingual website,…

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Columns

Houston, Human Trafficking, and HIV

At a recent AIDS Foundation Houston all-staff meeting, we heard a presentation on human trafficking that left me feeling stunned…

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Featured

The HIV Fight Now

2004 marked my 20th year of living with HIV. I remember reading about the discovery of the virus in 1984…

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Featured

22 Years and Counting

Since 1981, HIV and AIDS have claimed more than 25 million lives, with HIV infections continuing to increase at alarming…

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Arts & Entertainment

Still Beating

"I have always looked at The Normal Heart as a play about a war!” director Joe Watts says of the…

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Featured

Think Positively

It’s 8 p.m. on a Thursday night in March, and eight gay men are standing around a couple of tables…

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Local News

Pharmaceutical Company Announces Once-a-Day HIV Treatment Tablet

Gilead Sciences, Inc., has submitted a New Drug Application for marketing approval of the single-tablet regimen of Truvada combined with…

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Blog

Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Event to Combine Beauty Tips with Advice on Healthier Sex Practices

Every 35 minutes in the United States, a woman tests positive for HIV/AIDS. In Houston and Harris County, one in…

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