Why Do People With Drug-Resistant HIV Still Have Few Treatment Options?
March 29 2015 5:39 PM ET

Why Do People With Drug-Resistant HIV Still Have Few Treatment Options?

Mariel Selbovitz

A growing number of people with HIV have developed drug resistance, yet there are few (if any) treatments being developed to treat them. Why?

A Lifesaver for Those Fighting Deadly Fungal Infections
March 29 2015 5:11 PM ET

New Drug May Be Lifesaver for Those Fighting Deadly Fungal Infections

Jacob Anderson-Minshall

Cresemba is one of few weapons capable of pushing back potentially deadly Aspergillus or Mucorales infections, which attack those with compromised immune system issues such as HIV.

Major Insurer Announces Huge Cuts to HIV Medication Copayments
March 29 2015 4:51 PM ET

Major Insurer Announces Huge Cuts to HIV Medication Copayments

Jacob Anderson-Minshall

Atena, the country’s third-largest insurance company, has announced plans to significantly lower their copayment prices for HIV prescription drugs.

STUDY: People With HIV Age 14 Years Faster
March 25 2015 2:26 PM ET

STUDY: People With HIV Age 14 Years Faster

Katie Peoples

New study shows evidence HIV accelerates age-related diseases.

How to Get (or Stay) Fit When You Have Health Issues
March 04 2015 5:00 AM ET

How to Get (or Stay) Fit When You Have Health Issues

Sam Page

Getting or staying fit isn’t as easy for some people living with HIV and comorbidities. Here’s advice from our wellness editor.

Could Cannabis Treat HIV?
February 24 2015 5:00 AM ET

Could Cannabis Treat HIV?

Jeannie Wraight and Mariel Selbovitz

More and more studies are surfacing that show just how important cannabis may be for the treatment of HIV.

How a Cotton Swab Could Determine Your Health in the Future
February 23 2015 7:47 PM ET

How a Cotton Swab Could Determine Your Health in the Future

Katie Peoples

New research could lead to swabs that detect how healthy a wound is.

STUDY: 9 in 10 New U.S. HIV Infections Could Be Prevented With Medical Access
February 23 2015 7:34 PM ET

STUDY: 9 in 10 New U.S. HIV Infections Could Be Prevented With Medical Access

HIV Plus Editors

Researchers say we could prevent the vast majority of new HIV infections tomorrow by improving the health of people living with HIV today.

Ukraine May Be Facing AIDS Disaster
February 23 2015 1:09 PM ET

Ukraine May Be Facing AIDS Disaster

Katie Peoples

Increase in babies born positive show war's effect on HIV fight.

Alleviating Alienation by Building Brotherhood
February 20 2015 5:00 AM ET

Alleviating Alienation by Building Brotherhood

Michael Anthony-Nalepa

Why we have to create our own support networks sometimes.

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