California-based Gilead Sciences Inc. has agreed to donate HIV prevention drugs that reduce the risk of HIV transmission for up to 200,000 people a year.
The Queen of Pop received GLAAD's Advocate for Change Award at a starry New York fête.
There is “effectively zero” chance of spreading the virus that causes AIDS if infected patients receive antiretroviral treatment, researchers found.
Scientists altered the virus to deliver a gene that the children lacked. It's not yet known whether the fix will be permanent.
Republican Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation to remove anti-LGBTQ language from the law.
Lee said during his Senate confirmation hearing Wednesday he regrets his past writings on AIDS and sexual assault.
Black women are disproportionately affected by HIV compared to women of other races.
The "London patient" case gives doctors hope that they might soon find a cure for AIDS.
Marc Short criticized the "perverted lifestyles homosexuals pursue" in a column he wrote for his college newspaper in 1992.
The president is still going after his wall, but it's now a "see-through steel barrier."
The president announced a 10-year plan for reducing the spread of the disease across the U.S.
He dismissed the AIDS crisis and embraced the bigotry of the religious right.
On the eve of World AIDS Day, hundreds of HIV organizations released a federal action roadmap to end the epidemic by 2025.
The vice president says he’s ready to fight HIV, but his record says otherwise.
As Indiana governor, he responded to a horrifying health crisis with prayer instead of needle exchanges.
"The disease is still deeply misunderstood," says 32-year-old as he bids to break stigma.
He Jiankui is now facing ethical questions over his alteration of the embryonic genes of twin girls born earlier this month to help protect them from HIV.
“There’s a real question if whether the fear of AIDS and AIDS stigma became a way of recruiting parents into this research."
Hanks and Denzel Washington reflect in "The Last Mile," a short film that's out Nov. 15.