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AIDS Drugs Show More Promise for Preventing New Infections

AIDS Drugs Show More Promise for Preventing New Infections

By Marilynn Marchione | Jul 24
New research shows more promise for using AIDS treatment drugs as a prevention tool, to help keep uninfected people from catching HIV during sex with a partner who has the virus.

Sexual Harassment Panel Being Set Up at Embattled UNAIDS

Sexual Harassment Panel Being Set Up at Embattled UNAIDS

Jul 23
An independent panel of experts on sexual harassment is being set up at UNAIDS after calls for the organization's head to resign over his handling of harassment allegations.

Gen Z, Social Media, and the Connection to HIV Prevention

Gen Z, Social Media, and the Connection to HIV Prevention

Jul 20
Recently released data shows how Gen Z's are using mobile social media -- valuable information when it comes to HIV prevention.

UNAIDS Warns: Time Running Out for 2020 HIV Targets

UNAIDS Warns: Time Running Out for 2020 HIV Targets

Jul 19
UNAIDS warns that the global response to HIV is at a precarious point. The report highlights that the pace of progress is not matching global ambition and calls for immediate action to put the world on course to reach critical 2020 targets.

UNAIDS Chief Says Won't Quit Over Agency Harassment Claims

UNAIDS Chief Says Won't Quit Over Agency Harassment Claims

By Jeff Schaeffer and Thomas Adamson | Jul 19
The embattled UNAIDS chief said Wednesday he will not quit his post over criticism of his handling of sexual harassment allegations at the Geneva-based agency.

Is Justice Kavanaugh Worst-Case Scenario for People with HIV?

Is Justice Kavanaugh Worst-Case Scenario for People with HIV?

Jul 16
Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy's retirement has created a great deal of fear and anxiety among HIV advocates and our allies regarding the composition of the Supreme Court.

Watch: Approaches to an HIV Cure

Watch: Approaches to an HIV Cure

Jul 16
Why do we lack a cure for HIV infection, and what research is underway to help achieve that goal? A new video from NIAID provides answers.

Actress Sheryl Lee Ralph Honored for Advocacy by McDonald's

Actress Sheryl Lee Ralph Honored for Advocacy by McDonald's

By Chevel Johnson | Jul 10
Actress, singer and producer Sheryl Lee Ralph is a triple threat in the entertainment industry but was honored during this weekend's Essence Festival for something entirely different - her activism.

Proposed AIDS Vaccine Passes Preliminary Test

Proposed AIDS Vaccine Passes Preliminary Test

Jul 9
The long quest for an AIDS vaccine has yielded encouraging results, the news agency AFP reported on Friday.

New Study Reveals Many at Risk for HIV Despite PrEP

New Study Reveals Many at Risk for HIV Despite PrEP

Jul 8
Multiple barriers may stop high-risk individuals from accessing an HIV drug that can reduce the subsequent risk of infection, according to a new University of Michigan study.

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