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...

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...

What We Know About HIV & COVID-19

What We Know About HIV & COVID-19 More Questions than Answers Abound by Jeannie Wraight As we navigate our way through a brand new pandemic, far more...

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...

Naltrexone & the HIV Pandemic

The Next Waltz Is naltrexone the next drug to change the course of the HIV pandemic? by Jeannie Wraight A recent study showed one potential intervention, naltrexone,...

Acute HIV Transmissions Rise Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Acute HIV Transmissions Rise Amid COVID-19 Pandemic On October 23, 2020, the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) published their findings that, during the period...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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