Rural HEROES

Rural HEROES A first-of-its-kind report reveals HIV-related needs in underserved nonmetropolitan Louisiana by Chael Needle We can’t end the HIV/AIDS crisis without ending it in the rural...

Calling Out the Media’s Racism & Xenophobia: HIV Is Not a...

Color Blind A new report documents racism and xenophobia in HIV non-disclosure media coverage in Canada by Larry Buhl A new report documents the anti-Black and anti-immigrant...

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...

PrEP Math

PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) is fairly new, but the HIV prevention tool is not yet having a huge impact on public health. According to the...

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...

Microbes & HIV

Working Toward Balance Research into treating the effects of microbes gains steam by Jeannie Wraight There’s been lots of talk recently about the importance of microbes on...

Military Medicine

LifeGuide Military Medicine Two leaders on the front lines of HIV research often go unrecognized by Mariel Selbovitz, MPH The U.S. is the global leader in the fight...

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We Need to Bring Immune-Based HIV Therapies Off of the Sidelines

Dreaming of the Cells We Had We Need to Bring Immune-Based Therapies Off of the Sidelines by Jeannie Wraight For most people living with HIV, antiretrovirals (ARVs)...