For the first time, most people living with HIV are on treatment. But how long will it last in Trump's administration?
Despite HIV-positive people having a greater chance of heart attacks, guidelines say they aren't qualified to take medication that might prevent them.
Turns out, the story about one of the most famous people to have HIV isn't commercial enough.
A new study in the Philippines is underway that will hopefully give the country much-needed access to HIV prevention.
The reigning beauty queen insists that it was because of hygiene purposes, but Twitter doesn't think so.
San Francisco will be hosting a community forum lead by long-term survivors for long-term survivors and the issues they face every day.
One study is trying to determine whether at-home testing kits will encourage people to know their status.