Two leading world health organizations release disturbing data that, although on the overall decline, tuberculosis has been increasing in HIV patients in European countries.
The once-a-day pill has reduced HIV diagnoses in the U.S. by 20 percent, but the GOP doesn't seem to consider that a fact. It's time to get worried.
In China, the use of traditional medicine to treat HIV remains popular despite warnings from the World Health Organization.
A man who received a bone marrow transplant had a subsequent remission of HIV-related health issues and has now been found to be undetectable as well.
Money, democracy and religion all play roles in determining cultural tolerability of being gay.
With Mike Pence gone as governor, Indiana locals could soon approve needle exchanges, but they still lack funding.
Even though the Dutch man who contracted HIV while on PrEP had many sex partners, researchers say his case should be a reason to investigate unique patterns of transmission.