“Women with and at risk for HIV face several challenges to getting the services and information they need, including socio-economic and structural barriers, such as poverty, cultural inequities, and sexual violence, and women may place the needs of their families above their own.” — The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation fact sheet, Women and HIV/AIDS in the United States
Breaking down research that could lead to a radical new way to treat HIV.
Just in time for the movie about its formation to hit screens, Mark Ruffalo's The Normal Heart, supporters of the organization say it's more relevant than ever thanks in large part to some whopping grants and expanded programs reaching people of color.
The new technique uses genetic modification of cells — not drugs — to treat HIV.
Lambda Legal has filed a federal lawsuit in Louisiana to force Blue Cross Blue Shield and other insurers in the state to accept payments from the federally funded AIDS Drugs Assistance Program.
The insurance company is facing a federal civil rights action because it is refusing to accept Ryan White funds to pay for insurance policies for people living with HIV. Now Lambda Legal is getting involved.
Marriage equality’s effects will go beyond rights and into greater acceptance for people with HIV.
A new report from the Williams Institute and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention reveals sobering statistics about the suicide risk of transgender people.
Things have changed since Ron Woodroof drove to Mexico for his drugs, yet 72 percent of people living with HIV or AIDS in the U.S. are still not getting the right medications (if any).