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LGBT Refugees, Undocumented More Vulnerable under Trump
Telesur, 06/20/2017.
Six Experts Resign from President's HIV/AIDS Advisory Panel in Protest
NBC News, 06/19/2017.
The Opioid Epidemic Is Making the Fight against HIV More Difficult
Washington Post, 06/15/2017.
On the Front Lines of Russia's 'Staggering' HIV Epidemic
CNN, 06/07/2017.
America's Hidden HIV Epidemic
New York Times, 06/06/2017.
Who Is at Risk for HIV?, 06/02/2017.
U.S. Officials OK Option for Men with HIV to Father Children
Washington Post, 06/01/2017.
Americans with HIV Staying on Lifesaving Meds Longer
MedlinePlus, 06/01/2017.
FDA Clears Once-Daily Raltegravir (Isentress HD) for HIV
Medscape, 05/31/2017.
Scientists Create Faster, Less Labor-Intensive Test to Detect "Hidden" HIV, 05/30/2017.
What It's Like to Be HIV Positive in the Military
Rolling Stone, 05/22/2017.
How Celebrities' 'Golden Glow' Shines on Public Health
CNN, 05/18/2017.
NIH Statement on HIV Vaccine Awareness Day--2017
National Institutes of Health, 05/18/2017.
'State of HIV' Conference Focuses on the Deep South
U.S. News & World Report, 05/16/2017.
Modern HIV Drugs Can Add 10 Years to Life Expectancy, Study Says
CNN, 05/11/2017.
National Asian & Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, 05/09/2017.
New Study Identifies Obstacles for U.N. Strategy of Treatment as Prevention in Sub-Saharan Africa
Inside Science, 05/04/2017.
Scientists Completely Eliminate HIV in Living Animals for the First Time Ever Using 'Cut and Paste' Gene-Editing
Daily Mail, 05/03/2017.
HIV and Hepatitis: Know Your Status and Learn about the FDA's Role
FDA, 04/27/2017.
Why China Is Selling Cheap HIV Tests in Campus Vending Machines
NPR, 04/25/2017.
South Africa Sets Up Program to Break the Link between HIV and Violence
Newsweek, 04/24/2017.
Researchers Identify New Type of Cell Where HIV Can Persist Despite Treatment
The Health Site, 04/19/2017.
Black HIV-Positive MSM in U.S. Still Have Lower Rates of ART Use
Aidsmap, 04/17/2017.
India Takes Flawed First Step Towards Ending HIV and AIDS Prejudice
Guardian, 04/13/2017.
HIV Pioneer Mark Wainberg Dies Unexpectedly
Globe and Mail, 04/13/2017.
National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: A Call to Action, 04/10/2017.
HIV Activists Rally at U.S. Capitol: 'Important Moment' in History
USA Today, 03/30/2017.
The Story Behind the First AIDS Drug
Time, 03/20/2017.
Amid Dramatic Cuts, HIV/AIDS Funding Spared in New Trump Budget
NBC News, 03/17/2017.
Lurking HIV Detected by Scientists in a Major Biomarker Discovery
Science Alert, 03/17/2017.
What You Should Know about HIV-Associated Dementia
NBC News, 03/15/2017.
People with HIV Are Panicking due to Tanzania's Crackdown on Gays
NPR, 03/15/2017.
'Test and Treat' Study Shows Second Phase Is Finding More People with HIV and Getting Them onto Treatment
Aidsmap, 03/13/2017.
Trump's New Travel Ban Could Hinder Research on HIV and Mental Health
Huffington Post, 03/08/2017.
California Health Officials Fire Contractor in HIV Drug Program
SFGate, 03/02/2017.
As HIV Soars in Philippines, Conservatives Kill School Condom Plan
New York Times, 03/01/2017.
Therapeutic Vaccine Strategy May Be 'Functional Cure' for HIV Patients
Tech Times, 02/23/2017.
Final HIV Research Highlights from CROI 2017, 02/17/2017.
Obamacare Significantly Expanded Insurance for People with HIV
Reuters, 02/15/2017.
Growing Old with HIV after Decades of Drug Success
CNBC, 02/14/2017.
Chinese Hospital Infects 5 with HIV by Reusing Equipment
BBC News, 02/10/2017.
People with HIV More Likely to Develop Diabetes, Study Finds
Medical News Today, 02/01/2017.
Antibody Trial Puts Science Closer to HIV Vaccine
Newsweek, 01/23/2017.
Spreading the Word about HIV Prevention for African-American Women
NPR, 01/20/2017.
Dramatic Fall in London HIV Rates 'May Be due to Internet Drugs'
Evening Standard, 01/10/2017.
Retroviruses Like HIV Could Be Half a Billion Years Old
International Business Times, 01/10/2017.
Republican Attempt to Repeal Obamacare Puts People with HIV at Risk
Huffington Post, 01/06/2017.
Gates Foundation to Invest up to $140 Million in HIV Prevention Device
Fox News, 01/03/2017.
HIV Cases Surpass 1 Million in Russia, but Little Is Done
New York Times, 12/28/2016.
New HIV Studies Offer Fresh Hope for a Cure
KQED Science, 12/14/2016.
Rights Group, Worried about HIV, Urges Philippines Action
NBC News, 12/08/2016.
California Has High Aspirations for Lowering HIV Infections
Kaiser Health News, 12/07/2016.
Apartheid's Lingering Effects on HIV and AIDS
Medical Xpress, 12/07/2016.
4 New Scientific Breakthroughs to Celebrate This World AIDS Day
Huffington Post, 12/01/2016.
World AIDS Day 2016: Focus on Children to Defeat AIDS Epidemic
Time, 11/30/2016.
White, Rural Drug Users Lack Needle Exchange Programs to Prevent HIV Infections
Washington Post, 11/29/2016.
1 in 7 people with HIV in EU Unaware They Have Virus: Report
Fox News, 11/29/2016.
First New HIV Vaccine Efficacy Study in 7 Years Has Begun
National Institutes of Health, 11/28/2016.
U.N. Calls for Urgent Action to Protect Young Women from HIV/AIDS in Africa
Guardian, 11/22/2016.
More Than 18 Million on HIV Treatment, 1 Million More Than 2015: UNAIDS
Reuters, 11/21/2016.
Life Expectancy with HIV Nears That of Uninfected Peers
Medscape, 11/15/2016.
Scientists Develop HIV Test Using a USB Stick
UPI, 11/10/2016.
'Magic' Johnson Remembers the Day, 25 Years Ago, He Told the World He Was HIV Positive
L.A. Times, 11/07/2016.
Smoking More Hazardous for HIV Patients Than the Virus Itself
Medical News Today, 11/03/2016.
Reports of PrEP's Demise Are Greatly Exaggerated, HIV Experts Say
NBC News, 11/03/2016.
New HIV Genetic Evidence Dispels 'Patient Zero' Myth
Scientific American, 10/26/2016.
At Gathering of HIV/AIDS Pioneers, Raw Memories Mix with Current Conflicts
Science Magazine, 10/26/2016.
Fauci: Follow the Science to End the HIV/AIDS Epidemic
Medscape, 10/25/2016.
As PrEP Knowledge Increases in San Francisco, 12,500 People Now Thought to Be on PrEP
AIDSmap, 10/25/2016.
7 Insurers Alleged to Use Skimpy Drug Coverage to Discourage HIV Patients
Kaiser Health News, 10/18/2016.
New HIV PrEP Options Emerging, but Gold Standard Remains
Medscape, 10/18/2016.
Medicare and HIV
Kaiser Family Foundation, 10/17/2016.
Scientists at NIH and Emory Achieve Sustained SIV Remission in Monkeys
National Institutes of Health Press Release, 10/13/2016.
Study Unlocks Secret of Common HIV Strain
Medical Xpress, 10/13/2016.
These Children Have a Built-In Defense against AIDS
CNN, 10/13/2016.
Age-Specific Strategies Are Needed When Caring for Older Individuals with HIV
Science Daily, 10/04/2016.
British Man Might Be First in the World To Be Cured of HIV after 'Breakthrough' Treatment
Independent, 10/03/2016.
First Statewide PrEP and PEP Education Bill Signed into Law in California
POZ, 09/30/2016.
China Grapples with HIV Cases among Gay Men, but Stigma Runs Deep
Wall Street Journal, 09/28/2016.
HIV Vaccine Steps Closer with New Insights into Broadly Neutralizing Antibodies
Medical News Today, 09/27/2016.
Philippines' War on Drugs Affecting Fight against HIV
Deutsche Welle, 09/20/2016.
Free-Trade Deals Are Making It Harder to Fight AIDS
The Nation, 09/20/2016.
Routine Testing for HIV: 10 Years On
Health Affairs, 09/16/2016.
Should Dating Apps Have HIV Filters?
CNN International, 09/15/2016.
Study Finds Barriers to Accessing HIV Prevention Pill
Medical Xpress, 09/13/2016.
San Francisco Reports New Low in HIV Infections and Faster Treatment, but Disparities Remain
AIDSmap, 09/06/2016.
Russia Faces HIV Epidemic with 1 Million Positive Cases; Kremlin Blames Moral Lapses
ABC News, 09/06/2016.
South Africa Implements HIV Universal Test and Treat Program
Xinhua, 09/01/2016.
The Woman Who Discovered India's First HIV Cases
BBC News Magazine, 08/30/2016.
The Tenuous Tale of Contraceptive Hormones and HIV Risk
Popular Science, 08/30/2016.
HIV Patients 'Getting Old before Their Time', 08/30/2016.
GlaxoSmithKline Is Working on a Much Simpler HIV Treatment
Fortune, 08/30/2016.
WHO's 2020 HIV Target May Fall Short due to Flaws in Lab Services
International Business Times, 08/30/2016.
HIV-1 versus HIV-2: What's the Difference?, 08/22/2016.
PrEP for Her: Bringing Women into the HIV Prevention Conversation
Huffington Post, 08/16/2016.
How to Combat the Threat of HIV Drug Resistance
Guardian, 08/11/2016.
Fighting HIV in Miami, One Dirty Needle at a Time
Kaiser Health News, 08/10/2016.
Record New HIV Cases in Philippines Prompt Call for Action
Fox News, 08/09/2016.
Rural Counties across the U.S. Becoming a Powder Keg for HIV Outbreak
Guardian, 08/01/2016.
First Confirmed Case of Alzheimer Disease in HIV-Positive Patient To Be Presented at Conference, 07/26/2016.
Intergenerational Sex among Older Men, Younger Women Driving HIV Epidemic in Southern Africa, Research Shows
Kaiser Family Foundation, 07/25/2016.
HIV Vaccine Shows Efficacy; Researchers to Conduct Big-Scale Trial in South Africa This Year
University Herald, 07/20/2016.
AIDS 2016: Gains against HIV Remarkable, but Not Irreversible, Experts Warn
BioWorld Online, 07/18/2016.
How Vaginal Bacteria Could Be Stoking HIV Cases and Blocking Prevention
PBS Newshour, 07/18/2016.
HIV Patients With Undetectable Virus Unlikely to Infect Partner, Study Finds
NBC News, 07/13/2016.
The End of AIDS?
PBS NewsHour, 07/11/2016.
Researchers Try Grindr App to Give Out HIV Self-Testing Kits
New York Times, 07/12/2016.
AIDS Epidemic No Longer a Public Health Issue in Australia, Scientists Say
ABC Online, 07/11/2016.
Drugs That Saved HIV Patients Now Threaten Them in Old Age
Bloomberg, 07/05/2016.
Insys Therapeutics: FDA Approves Treatment for AIDS Symptoms
Wall Street Journal, 07/05/2016.
Gay and Bisexual People Really Do Have Poorer Mental Health, National U.S. Health Survey Shows
NAM Publications, 07/01/2016.
In South Africa, a Debate over Selling Sex
U.S. News and World Report, 06/27/2016.
Could Mimicking Infants' Immune Response Produce a Faster-Acting HIV Vaccine?
Medical News Today, 06/27/2016.
Updated: Interactive Maps Show Impact of HIV in United States by County
AIDSVu, 06/24/2016.
New Therapy Keeps HIV at Bay without Daily Drug Regimen
Sci-Tech Today, 06/24/2016.
June 27 Is National HIV Testing Day
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 06/21/2016.
Sex, Sugar Daddies, and HIV in South Africa
U.S. News and World Report, 06/14/2016.
U.N. General Assembly Adopts Political Declaration to Fast-Track Progress on Ending AIDS
U.N. News Centre, 06/10/2016.
Thailand Eliminates Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission
CNN, 06/08/2016.
CDC Identifies U.S. Counties at Risk of HIV Outbreaks
Wall Street Journal, 06/03/2016.
Tools to Help Individuals Find PrEP Prescribers, 06/02/2016.
British Health Care System Will Not Cover PrEP
New Now Next, 06/02/2016.
UNAIDS Announces 2 Million More People Living with HIV on Treatment in 2015, Bringing New Total to 17 Million
UNAIDS, 05/31/2016.
India Hospital Transfusions Infect Thousands with HIV
BBC News, 05/31/2016.
CDC: High HIV Rate among Transgender Women, and 'More Likely' among Black Transgender Women
CNS News, 05/26/2016.
Large-Scale HIV Vaccine Trial to Begin in South Africa
Standard Digital, 05/19/2016.
New Map Reveals HIV Risk Greatest in Southern Cities for Gay, Bisexual Men in U.S.
ABC News, 05/18/2016.
Does Having HIV Affect Response to Hepatitis C Treatment?
Aidsmap, 05/17/2016.
Scientists Just Set Their Sights on a New Target for a HIV Vaccine
Science Alert, 05/16/2016.
Government Updates HIV Policy to Allow ARV Treatment for All South Africans
Times Live, 05/10/2016.
High Prevalence of Geriatric Conditions in HIV-Positive Patients Aged over 50 in San Francisco
Aidsmap, 05/06/2016.
Hepatitis C Deaths Hit All-Time High in United States
CNN, 05/05/2016.
The Affordable Care Act and People with HIV: An Update
Kaiser Family Foundation, 05/04/2016.
HIV-Infected Organs Transplant Success in UK
BBC, 05/05/2016.
U.S. Anti-AIDS Abstinence Efforts in Africa Fail to Prevent HIV
Scientific American, 05/04/2016.
Should a Friend Have Been Told That His Date Was HIV Positive?
New York Times, 04/28/2016.
Dementia in HIV Patients -- HIV-Associated Neurocognitive Disorder, or Alzheimer's?
MedPage Today, 04/28/2016.
A Single Injection of Antibodies Protected Monkeys from HIV for Nearly 6 Months
Verge, 04/28/2016.
People Who Are HIV Positive May Be Aging Faster Than Their Peers
NPR, 04/26/2016.
Fight against HIV Far from Over in West and Central Africa
Doctors without Borders, 04/20/2016.
Implementation of the ACA for People with HIV
Kaiser Family Foundation, 04/20/2016.
Sofosbuvir/Velpatasvir Cures HCV in 95% of People with HCV and HIV Coinfection
AIDSmap, 04/19/2016.
First Diagnosed Case of Alzheimer Disease in HIV-Positive Individual Reported
Medical Xpress, 04/15/2016.
Combined HIV and Hepatitis C Virus Vaccination a Possibility
Science Daily, 04/14/2016.
HIV Fights Off CRISPR Gene-Editing Attack
Scientific American, 04/08/2016.
New Tool Launched to Improve HIV Prevention Programmes for Transgender People
United Nations Development Programme, 04/06/2016.
The Graying of HIV: 1 in 6 New U.S. Cases Are People Older Than 50
Washington Post, 04/06/2016.
Gilead's New HIV Drug Descovy Gets FDA Approval
Drug Store News, 04/05/2016.
HIV Edited Out of T Cells Using CRISPR
BioNews, 04/04/2016.
World's First Transplant of HIV-Positive Liver a Success
STAT, 03/30/2016.
Louisiana Prisons' Failure to Treat HIV Could Violate Human Rights, Report Says
Guardian, 03/30/2016.
Starting HIV Therapy Associated with Improvements in Liver Function, Especially When Viral Load Is Suppressed
Aidsmap, 03/17/2016.
HIV and Hepatitis C Coinfect Over 2 Million People Worldwide
Medical News Today, 03/09/2016.
National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day -- March 10, 03/07/2016.
START Study Shows That People Starting HIV Treatment Earlier Have Better Quality of Life
AIDSmap, 03/07/2016.
Women Need More Truvada Than Men to Prevent HIV Infection, Study Finds
UPI, 03/04/2016.
FDA Approves Single-Tablet Regimen Odefsey
Managed Care, 03/04/2016.
Uganda's Failure to Spend Global Fund Grants Denies Thousands HIV Treatment
Guardian, 03/02/2016.
Your Lifetime Risk of HIV by Race, State, and Sexual Preference -- in 4 Simple Charts
Washington Post, 02/29/2016.
Life Expectancy in HIV-Positive People in the U.S. Still Lags 13 Years behind HIV-Negative People
Washington Post, 02/29/2016.
Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections
Highlights from CROI 2016; Boston, 02/26/2016.
First Case of HIV Contraction While Taking PrEP Is Documented
AOL News, 02/26/2016.
CDC: 1 in 2 Black Gay Men Will Be Diagnosed with HIV
USA Today, 02/23/2016.
Vaginal Ring Protects Women from HIV--When They Use It
NBC News, 02/23/2016.
Dying from a Treatable Disease: HIV and the Men We Neglect
World Post, 02/23/2016.
Sex, Syringes, and the HIV Epidemic Russia Can No Longer Ignore
Guardian, 02/19/2016.
'Let's Talk about PrEP' Targets Black Women for HIV Prevention
NBC News, 02/17/2016.
The Underreported Epidemic of HIV among U.S. Women
Healthline, 02/12/2016.
Key Ugandan HIV Control Body under Pressure to Close, Activists Object
Thompson Reuters Foundation, 02/11/2016.
Johns Hopkins Approved to Perform HIV-Positive to HIV-Positive Organ Transplants
CNN, 02/09/2016.
CDC: Black Americans with HIV Still Less Likely to Get Ongoing Medical Care
U.S. News and World Report, 02/05/2016.
Vaginal Ring Trial Results a Big Draw at HIV Meeting
Medscape, 02/12/2016.
Even Moderate Alcohol Intake May Harm People with HIV
Medical Xpress, 02/03/2016.
Different Approaches to Drug Policy and the Asian HIV Epidemic
BioMed Central, 02/02/2016.
HIV Strains Becoming Resistant to Key Antiretroviral Drug Tenofovir
Tech Times, 01/29/2016.
Gilead Faces Fights over Hepatitis C and HIV Drugs
New York Times, 01/27/2016.
Opt-Out Screening Can Improve Acceptance of HIV Testing
Medscape, 01/21/2016.
HIV PrEP Drug Truvada as Safe as Aspirin, Study Finds
UPI, 01/21/2016.
At-Risk Teens Aren't Getting HIV Tests, CDC Says
NBC News, 01/20/2016.
Daily HIV Pill for Men 'Would Prevent 10,000 New Cases in UK by 2020'
Telegraph, 01/14/2016.
Antibody Infusion Successfully Combats HIV in Early Trial
AIDSmeds, 01/12/2016.
3 Moves Could Cut New HIV Cases Dramatically: Study
U.S. News and World Report, 01/07/2016.
FDA Approves New Treatment for HIV
U.S. Food and Drug Administration, 01/05/2016.
The City at the Heart of the Philippines' HIV Epidemic
The Atlantic, 01/05/2016.
HIV Salvage Regimens Can Safely Omit NRTIs, Says U.S. Study
Aidsmap, 01/04/2016.
Norwegian Biotech Company Flags Evidence for Efficacy of 'Kick and Kill' HIV Treatment
GenomeWeb, 12/21/2015.
There's a Drug That Prevents HIV. Let's Use It
TIME, 11/16/2015.
Not Enough Needle Exchange Programs Outside Cities: Study
U.S. News, 12/10/2015.
Why Are So Many Black Women Dying of AIDS?
New York Times, 12/12/2015.
Drug Resistance Acquired during HIV PrEP Rapidly Disappears after Medication Is Discontinued
Aidsmap, 12/14/2015.
Grazoprevir/Elbasvir Cures More Than 90% of People with HIV/HCV Coinfection
Aidsmap, 12/11/2015.
Annual HIV Diagnoses Down 19% over the Past Decade
Washington Post, 12/07/2015.
HIV Infection Rates 2015: For Gay Black Men, New Diagnoses May Have Plateaued
International Business Times, 12/07/2015.
Life Insurance Company to Offer Coverage for HIV Patients
Tech Times, 12/03/2015.
On World AIDS Day, Report on Black Community Still Grim
Huffington Post, 12/02/2015.
World AIDS Day: The Fight against HIV/AIDS Explained in 9 Infographics
Irish Examiner, 12/01/2015.
8 Dangerous HIV Myths Debunked by the Experts
CNN, 12/01/2015.
$20 Million Grant from amfAR Funds Institute for HIV Cure Research
UCSF News Center, 11/30/2015.
Rise in HIV among China's Youth Draws Attention for World AIDS Day
New York Times, 11/30/2015.
CDC Recommends PrEP for Americans at High Risk for HIV
Newsweek, 11/24/2015.
With Millions on HIV Treatment, AIDS Pandemic Tide Turns
Huffington Post, 11/24/2015.
Progress toward Preventing HIV Highlighted in Special Issue of AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses
EurekAlert, 11/19/2015.
Alcoholism Drug Can 'Wake Up' Dormant HIV to Be Killed, Study Finds
Reuters, 11/18/2015.
In Kenya, Improving Food Security and HIV Outcomes through Farming
Scientific American, 11/12/2015.
Are Bans on Blood Donations from Gay Men Outdated or Necessary?
Newsweek, 11/09/2015.
FDA OKs Gilead's Genvoya, First HIV Combo Pill with New Tenofovir
AIDSmeds, 11/05/2015.
Stigma Keeps Many Gay Latinos Off HIV Prevention Pill
NPR, 11/05/2015.
HIV Vaccine Trials Set to Start within 5 Years
Tech Times, 11/05/2015.
1 Injection Every 8 Weeks Works as well as 3 Daily HIV Pills, according to Trial
Huffington Post, 11/03/2015.
$2.2 Billion Awarded to Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program
Tech Times, 11/02/2015.
Dating Apps Could 'Start an Explosion of HIV,' Expert Warns
Huffington Post UK, 11/02/2015.
Deaths from TB Globally Outnumber HIV/AIDS, Says WHO Report
Wall Street Journal, 10/29/2015.
Drug Enforcement vs AIDS Treatment Issue Hits United Nations
New York Times, 10/27/2015.
FDA Warns of Safety Risk with AbbVie Drugs for Patients with Advanced Liver Disease
U.S. News & World Report, 10/23/2015.
Competitor to Offer $1 Pill after Turing Price Hike Outrage
NBC News, 10/23/2015.
Gilead's New HIV Drug Shows Lower Side Effects over Longer Term
Reuters, 10/22/2015.
Simplified Antiretrovirals Outperform Typical HIV Treatment
Medscape, 10/20/2015.
Cambodian Doctor on Trial for Infecting More Than 100 with HIV
ABC News, 10/20/2015.
Studies Continue to Support Tenofovir Alafenamide Combination Pill as It Nears U.S. Approval
AIDSmap, 10/19/2015.
A New AIDS Vaccine Is About to Be Trialled in Humans for the First Time
Science Alert, 10/14/2015.
HIV Drugs Provide Added Benefit of Protecting against Hepatitis B Virus
Medical Xpress, 10/12/2015.
Coverage under Affordable Care Act Improves Chances of Viral Suppression for Americans with HIV
AIDSmap, 10/12/2015.
Uganda's Test-and-Treat HIV Program Hauls in Fishermen of Lake Victoria
The Guardian, 10/07/2015.
San Francisco Is Changing Face of AIDS Treatment
New York Times, 10/06/2015.
Youth, HIV, and the Ryan White Program, 10/06/2015.
Videos Reveal How HIV Spreads in Real Time
Medical Xpress, 10/02/2015.