After seeing patients with AIDS as an infectious disease specialist, Dr. Robert Ball Jr. went from conservative to white southern progressive.
The journal Science hails the trial that showed HIV drugs reduce the risk of transmission by 96 percent as the "breakthrough of the year."
New research shows that liquor consumption affects a person's intention to have unprotected sex, one of the leading causes of HIV infection
Community-based service organizations are saving the healthcare system billions of dollars, but they're still about to lose their funding
An activist recounts how ACT UP demonstrators used a mastery of media and medicine to push their careful agenda. Occupiers, take note.
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.
There are millions of people around the world living with HIV/AIDS, but only a fraction -- those that can afford it -- have proper treatment
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
For 30 years now, AIDS service organizations have played the role of advisor, caregiver, and friend, but they need to consolidate -- or die
Meet the 85-year-old doctor responsible for the largest collection of AIDS posters and view 30 historic images from all over the world
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
New studies find that young people diagnosed with HIV will now likely survive for close to 46 years thanks to improved antiretrovirals
New research charts a path to preventing infection and improving immune responses to the virus that kills around 1.8 million per year
The CDC is redirecting funds to states with high infection rates—and eliminating programs that actually promote health
The Institute of Human Virology just received $23 million to develop a new vaccine, but what of the millions who go untreated?
Laws that make exposing someone to HIV a criminal act are designed to keep the virus at bay. But they don't.
A young woman sets up an program to promote nutrition in Rwandans living with HIV/AIDS.