The Indiana Governor left out a big problem facing his home state in his acceptance as the Republican vice-presidential nominee.
I don't just have HIV. I'm living with AIDS. And I'm not ready to "let go" of the term and the history it evokes.
You can never be the person you were before AIDS, but you can find the person you want to become after it.
After the first reported case of seroconversion on PrEP, one HIV-Activist rises above the noise.
Gay and bi men of color must be given every option to help end an epidemic that affects us all.
There's a steady decline in HIV rates among certain groups, but a rapid increase among youth aged 13-34 and that's who we have to reach.
HIV is easier to treat — and prevent — than at any other time in history, but stigma keeps people from treatment.