WATCH: Basketball Player Booted for Having HIV: HIV Plus Video Minute With Josh Robbins
April 22 2014 4:00 AM ET

WATCH: Basketball Player Booted for Having HIV: HIV Plus Video Minute With Josh Robbins

Josh Robbins

In this latest installment, our video correspondent looks at the latest buzzworthy HIV stories, including celebs going nude for the cause, an aspiring rapper getting shut down, and people with HIV in Russia under surveillance.

How Do We Get Kids to Give a Tweet About HIV?
April 10 2014 11:14 AM ET

How Do We Get Kids to Give a Tweet About HIV?

Chris Richey

Thousands of young Americans are living with HIV, but their generation doesn't really talk about the epidemic. On this Youth AIDS Day, one organization takes the task to heart.

WATCH: This Week's HIV Plus Video Minute With Josh Robbins — April 8, 2014
April 08 2014 1:41 PM ET

WATCH: This Week's HIV Plus Video Minute With Josh Robbins — April 8

Josh Robbins

There's great news out of the White House and a new TV diva comes out as HIV-positive in our weekly wrap up of the latest buzzworthy stories for people with HIV.

WATCH: HIV Plus Video Minute With Josh Robbins
April 01 2014 7:00 AM ET

WATCH: HIV Plus Video Minute With Josh Robbins — April 1, 2014

Josh Robbins

From Jessica Lange's HIV connection to how to live to be 100 and what leads to zero HIV transmissions (among HIV+ guys): here's our weekly wrap up of the latest buzzworthy stories for people with HIV.

WATCH: HIV Plus Video Minute With Josh Robbins
March 25 2014 10:58 AM ET

WATCH: HIV Plus Video Minute With Josh Robbins — March 25, 2014

Josh Robbins

Our video wrap up of the latest buzzworthy stories for people with HIV.

HIV, Uganda, and One Major Step Back
March 25 2014 3:23 AM ET

HIV, Uganda, and One Major Step Back

Kent Klindera

Nigeria has the second highest and fastest growing HIV epidemic in Africa. Further criminalizing HIV efforts to reach gay and bi men and trans women in both there and in Uganda will only make the situation in both countries worse.

Remembering Michael Callen and Essex Hemphill and the Battlefield of AIDS
March 20 2014 3:00 AM ET

Remembering Michael Callen and Essex Hemphill and the Battlefield of AIDS

Martin Duberman

Meticulously researched and evocatively told, Hold Tight Gently is this celebrated historian's poignant memorial to those lost to AIDS and to two of the great unsung heroes of the early years of the epidemic. This is an exclusive excerpt.

Where Are We in The Search for an HIV Cure?
March 11 2014 6:48 PM ET

Where Are We in The Search for an HIV Cure?

Gary Blick

Gary Blick and his team of researchers are making enormous progress in understanding how best to deploy the new gene therapy to create a “functional cure” of HIV. Here he tells us why it's needed and what it all means.

Everyone Deserves an Equal Chance Regardless of Your HIV Status
February 20 2014 2:12 PM ET February 20 2014 5:33 PM ET

Everyone Deserves an Equal Chance Regardless of Your HIV Status

Ji Wallace

Olympic medalist Ji Wallace talks about the Olympics, his boyfriend, and why he's now joining The Stigma Project and HRC to empower others with HIV.

LISTEN: HIV Is Still a Gay Disease
February 19 2014 12:59 PM ET

LISTEN: HIV Is Still a Gay Disease

Todd Heywood

It's not very politically correct to say it, but HIV remains a crisis in the gay community. In fact, it can be argued that HIV is a gay disease.

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