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The Hollywood correspondent says the response to his public disclosure has been "phenomenal."
The synthetic drug fentanyl is sweeping the country. It appeared in these cities first -- and people who use it tend to share needles.
For outsiders like David Wojnarowicz ― working-class, queer, uneducated and HIV-positive ― good manners and politesse were deadly illusions.
Celebs at the International AIDS Conference spoke out against the prejudice and stigma that hinder efforts to end AIDS.
Artist Conor Collins hopes his painting encourages a discussion around lingering AIDS stigma.
But new efforts to educate at-risk women about a drug that helps protect against the virus could change that.
Depending on where you live, you may be able to get a prescription online.
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“It was hell to watch people die in the ’80s, but my personal hell was when long-term survivors were forgotten.”
"We understand that science is ... a challenging concept for people who do not believe in facts,” a pointed letter said.
“So I was able to explain that those are rarely confused with each other,” the tech mogul said.
A failure of outreach and a legacy of racism in medicine are preventing queer black men from using PrEP, experts say.
The "Orange Is The New Black" star was convinced she'd be dead by 30, but she's happier and healthier than ever.
As two cities in Massachusetts struggle with an outbreak, the powerful synthetic fentanyl may be mostly to blame.
And these games aren't for kids.
“Getting tested regularly for STDs, including HIV is one of the most important things a guy can do for his own health, and his partner’s," said public health advocate Dan Wohlfeiler of the news.
“For anyone who has ever doubted themselves because of those scary three letters and one symbol, let me tell you this, you are somebody who matters."
Rep. Steve Pearce had a theory about marriage equality leading to health care, which he implied was bad.