Read My Lips: Reflections of an Accidental AIDS Activist Gran Fury

Read My Lips: Reflections of an Accidental AIDS Activist

Douglas Crimp had been an art critic for over a decade. But in the summer of 1987, a lethal disease was on the rise and he got swept up.

From Haring to Condom Man: Art as Weapon in the War Against AIDS Keith Haring

From Haring to Condom Man: Art as Weapon in the War Against AIDS

Historian Joan Saab discusses how clever activists used masterpieces by artists like Michelangelo and Andy Warhol for advocacy

Religion's Role in Fighting AIDS Reuters

Religion's Role in Fighting AIDS

Religious institutions can help fight against the disease, and some already are

Is There Still an AIDS Crisis in the U.S.? It Depends on Who You Are Shutterstock

Is There Still an AIDS Crisis in the U.S.? It Depends on Who You Are

There are millions of people around the world living with HIV/AIDS, but only a fraction -- those that can afford it -- have proper treatment

The Story of AIDS in Africa AP

The Story of AIDS in Africa

It's a tale of culture, geography, economics, colonial legacies, scientific advances, and now the idea that we have to prevent cases and treat patients one at a time

A Global Plan to End HIV Among Children and Keep Mothers Alive Shutterstock

A Global Plan to End HIV Among Children and Keep Mothers Alive

Through the collective efforts of donors, the U.S. government, and U.N. agencies, we're close to beating an epidemic that has claimed millions

'We're Going to Be in Trouble': AIDS Groups Plan for Funding Cuts Shutterstock

'We're Going to Be in Trouble': AIDS Groups Plan for Funding Cuts

For 30 years now, AIDS service organizations have played the role of advisor, caregiver, and friend, but they need to consolidate -- or die

30 Years of AIDS: 6,200 Iconic Posters, 100 Countries, 1 Collector University of Rochester

30 Years of AIDS: 6,200 Iconic Posters, 100 Countries, 1 Collector

Meet the 85-year-old doctor responsible for the largest collection of AIDS posters and view 30 historic images from all over the world

AIDS: Still a Gay Disease in America Shutterstock

AIDS: Still a Gay Disease in America

Even after thirty years, HIV/AIDS remains out of control, still very much a crisis, and ACT UP's Larry Kramer, who chooses all of his words carefully, wants to start calling it a plague again

An AIDS-Free Generation Reuters

An AIDS-Free Generation

Can the world break down the remaining scientific and economic barriers?

Study of the Day: HIV Patients Expected to Live 15 Years Longer REUTERS

Study of the Day: HIV Patients Expected to Live 15 Years Longer

New studies find that young people diagnosed with HIV will now likely survive for close to 46 years thanks to improved antiretrovirals

Study of the Day: Scientists Disarm HIV, Move Closer to AIDS Vaccine REUTERS

Study of the Day: Scientists Disarm HIV, Move Closer to AIDS Vaccine

New research charts a path to preventing infection and improving immune responses to the virus that kills around 1.8 million per year

In India, Illicit Pharmaceuticals Ravage Communities and Lives Reuters

In India, Illicit Pharmaceuticals Ravage Communities and Lives

For Indian addicts too poor to buy heroin, neighborhood pharmacists are willing dealers, exacerbating addition and HIV/AIDS

HIV Budget Cuts Show Why U.S. Health Care Is Broken Yiorgos Karahalis/Reuters

HIV Budget Cuts Show Why U.S. Health Care Is Broken

The CDC is redirecting funds to states with high infection rates—and eliminating programs that actually promote health

An Opportunity for Women in the New Global Population Numbers? Reuters

An Opportunity for Women in the New Global Population Numbers?

By 2050, the world will contain 10 billion people, the UN now predicts, but we shouldn't see the statistic through the failed lens of population control

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