The struggle against the disease in its fourth decade
An electrically charged fabric makes for a quick-dissolving delivery vessel for drugs that kill HIV.
After encouraging early results from a small study, clinical trials will begin in January.
The FDA is considering revising its ban on donations from men who have sex with men—a policy intended to prevent HIV transmission that many say is not supported by science.
A new study shows that starting antiretroviral drugs within a year of detecting the virus decreases patients' chances of developing AIDS. But many people who are infected don't know it yet.
In "mixed-status" couples, the path to conception is often fraught with medical and legal obstacles.
Only one man on record has ever rid himself of the virus. New research brings the medical community one step closer to understanding how it happened.
The United Nations announced today that the global HIV/AIDS epidemic could be slowed to a trickle within the next two decades. Can it be done?
For kids and teens living with HIV, Camp Sunrise offers a respite from the burden of their disease.
Condoms aren't enough: For the first time, the agency is recommending that all men who have sex with men use prophylactic treatment.
The roles of gender and stigma in the epidemic in the Mexican state of Chiapas