Why shaming bottoms allows HIV to keep spreading.
The University at Buffalo has received grants from the National Institutes of Health to continue HIV and AIDS drug development and research.
Public health officials and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention are hoping to "bend the curve" in the state.
Researchers at Temple University have found a combination of cells that can radically change the path of finding a cure for HIV/AIDS.
This scientific breakthrough could dramatically impact mother-to-child transmission in the future.
Ongina (or Ryan Ong Palao, as he’s known to his parents) was one of the first reality TV stars to come out as HIV-positive.
He was 28 when he found out he was HIV-positive. Though he worried about being ostracized, the accidental activist posed naked and sudsy to protest the use of “clean” to describe people who don’t have HIV.