Checking the Map

LifeGuide Destination: Cure Checking the Map Where are we on the road to a cure? by Jeannie Wraight The past year has been wrought with disappointment on the HIV...

Mood & HIV Risk

Better Days A new study looks at changes in mood as they relate to risk & protection by Chael Needle "Happy” is not just a number-one song...

Clearing Hurdles

What can we do to address the obstacles to HCV treatment? by Larry Buhl Hepatitis C (HCV) is a “silent killer” in more ways than one....

REPRIEVE Study

Protecting One's Heart The REPRIEVE study aims to prevent cardiovascular disease by Chael Needle As people are living longer with HIV, researchers have been increasingly attending to...

Step Up

LifeGuide HCV testing targets baseball lovers by Larry Buhl This summer a pilot program was launched to raise awareness of the importance of testing for the hepatitis...

Snorting Utensils & Hep C Risk

Last Straw New research shows snorting utensils carry a high risk of transmitting HCV by Larry Buhl The risk of contracting the hepatitis C virus (HCV) and...

HPV Immunotherapy Research

Warts & All An immunotherapy candidate seeks to address complications from HPV by Chael Needle Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection, but, according...

UN-representative: When the “End of AIDS” Politics Leaves People Out

It happens every five years. The United Nations General Assembly convenes high-level meetings on HIV/AIDS to review progress on the epidemic and draw attention...

FDA Approves New HIV Treatments

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved pharmaceutical giant Merck’s Delstrigo and Pifeltro for the treatment of HIV-1 infection in adult patients...

Finding Relief

Approximately thirty to sixty percent of people living with HIV and on antiretroviral therapy (ARVs) experience diarrhea. Reoccurring and frequent diarrhea is often reluctantly...

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Meet Clay Brown: Fiction by Christina Renee Milliner

Meet Clay Brown by Christina Renee Milliner “My name is Clay Brown, I’m 19, and I was born with HIV.” Four sets of questioning eyes glared at...

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