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...

Black Women’s Health Imperative’s HIV Testing Initiative

Home Truths A New Testing Initiative Helps Black Women to Know Their Status & Stay on Top of Their Sexual Health by Chael Needle A new partnership...

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...

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...

Women-Powered Solutions

Women-Powered Solutions Changing the Narrative Around Women & HIV by Hank Trout A presentation at AIDS2020: Virtual, entitled “Women Powered Solutions: Changing the Narrative Around Women and...

Justice for Roxsana Hernández

Thirty-three-year-old transgender woman Roxsana Hernández, seeking asylum in the United States, died in ICE custody on May 25, 2018. She is the sixth migrant to...

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)...

Being Seen: A New Podcast with Darnell L. Moore

Being Seen A Podcast Hosted by Darnell L. Moore Explores Black Queer and Gay Identifies by Hank Trout Unveiled on October 6, 2020, Being Seen, a new...

amfAR’s Title X Brief Seeks to Protect Reproductive Rights & HIV...

Resisting the Rule amfAR’s Title X Brief Seeks to Protect Reproductive Rights & HIV Prevention Sites by Jeannie Wraight Earlier this year in a highly debated and...

A Healthier Healthcare System: Interview with Charles Skiba, MD

A Healthier System Dr. Charles Skiba, Jr., shares his plan by Mark Rebernik The raucous debate over healthcare reform has faded, along with any hope of a...

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