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A New Way to Improve Viral Load Suppression in HIV+ Children?

Studies in Uganda reveal the unique challenges presented to children with HIV.

HIV-Positive Children May Have Auditory Differences

A new study indicates that some children with HIV were found to have lower auditory responses than those without.

African Nations Determined to End AIDS: Here's How They'll Do It

Around 67 percent of the world's HIV-positive people reside in Africa.

Can This Nation End HIV in Children?

A goal of eradicating HIV in kids by 2030 looms.

Actress Lexi Underwood Says Young People Can Help Fight HIV

The (RED) ambassador reflects on her life-changing trip to Tanzania and says her activism is just beginning.

The Link Between HIV and Domestic Violence

"Improving our understanding of the relationship between intimate partner violence and HIV is essential," a Canadian researcher states.

End Sterilization of HIV-Positive Women, Court Rules

The decision was cheered by HIV activists and a Kenyan woman coerced into a drastic and unnecessary procedure.

How One Country Brought Down Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission

The success was in a Nigeria, where women living with HIV outnumber men.

World AIDS Day 2022: What is the Current Global State of HIV?

This World AIDS Day, look outside your own experience and see that HIV remains an emergency in much of the world. 

This African Nation Just Hit an HIV Milestone

Nearly all HIV-positive people in the country are now undetectable.


YouTube Prayer Channel Started During COVID Has Become a Global Movement

Nigerian pastor Jerry Eze, who has a background in HIV advocacy, and his messages of hope have gone viral on the social media platform. 

VIDEO: Protesters at AIDS 2022 Call Out Canada as "Racist Country"

Activists express outrage after many African delegates were denied entry and could not attend the international HIV conference. 

Meet the Black Woman Who Invented an Improved HIV Test

Scientist Catherine Kibirige's new assay test will help the most in need in Africa, as well as aid in HIV research.

Elite Controllers Could Hold Secret to HIV Cure, Vaccine

Elite controllers are people with HIV antibodies, but whose viral loads remain low.

COVID Claims HIV Doctor David Katzenstein, Who Saved Innumerable Lives

Katzenstein was one of the first American doctors to focus his efforts on saving HIV-positive Africans.

Study: This Long-Acting Injectable Better for PrEP

Taking six shots a year, as opposed to 365 pills, yielded huge advantages among women in a recent trial.


Criminalization of Gay Sex Linked to Staggering HIV Rates in Africa

Nations that don't penalize same-sex activity have lower rates of HIV among men who have sex with men.

Tissue Sample From 1966 Contains HIV Strain

The finding is further proof HIV crossed over to humans decades before it turned into a pandemic.

UN, World Health Org: COVID-19 May Cause 500K HIV-Related Deaths

The two international organizations say service disruptions could cause massive suffering.

Listen: Nigeria's Underground Gay Parties Emphasize HIV Testing

Attacked by a mob, gay, HIV activist Edafe Okporo fled Nigeria. Listen as he talks about being gay in a country where it is illegal and HIV stigma is huge.