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Op-ed: It Is Time to End Bottom-Shaming

Why shaming bottoms allows HIV to keep spreading.

University at Buffalo Receives Grants to Continue HIV Research

The University at Buffalo has received grants from the National Institutes of Health to continue HIV and AIDS drug development and research.

Georgia Launches HIV and AIDS Resource Website

Public health officials and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention are hoping to "bend the curve" in the state.

Researchers Effectively 'Delete' HIV From Cells

Researchers at Temple University have found a combination of cells that can radically change the path of finding a cure for HIV/AIDS.

Duke Researchers May Have Discovered a Pediatric HIV Vaccine

This scientific breakthrough could dramatically impact mother-to-child transmission in the future.

Amazing HIV+ Gay Men: Ongina

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.

Amazing HIV+ Gay Men: Tyler Curry

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.

Amazing HIV+ Gay Men: Aaron Matthew Laxton

Using his experience to educate others on life with HIV, Aaron Matthew Laxton has mastered social media to share his life in a way that wasn’t possible a decade ago.

Amazing HIV+ Gay Men: Luna Luis Ortiz

He got HIV as a teenager, but today Luna Luis Ortiz is the "father" of New York's famed House of Khan.

Amazing HIV+ Gay Men: Sam Page

With a celebrity clientele that includes Florence Welch, the woman behind the popular indie band Florence and the Machine, and a Zen-learner-meets-gay-Dr.-Oz philosophy, Sam Page is anything but a typical Hollywood trainer.

CDC Issues Travel Warnings For Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention issued travel warning to the three West African countries affected by the Ebola outbreak.

WATCH: Are Black Gay Men On Board With Using PrEP?

A new video campaign from the National Minority AIDS Council lets young gay men of color talk about taking PrEP to prevent HIV.


NYC's Top HIV Doc to Lead City's Bureau of HIV and AIDS

Dr. Demetre Daskalakis will be head of the New York City Bureau of HIV/AIDS after effectively controlling the meningitis outbreak last year.

Remembering The HIV and AIDS Activists Lost on MH17

Six passengers of the 298 killed on Malaysia Airlines flight 17 were researchers and advocates heading to Melbourne, Australia for the International AIDS Conference. Here friends, family members, and colleagues mourn their loss and celebrate their lives.

NLGJA Honors HIV Plus Contributing Editor Mark S. King

Mark S. King has spent many years fighting to destigmatize HIV, and now his blog, My Fabulous Disease, has earned him an award from the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association.

STUDY: Dental Patients in Favor of Rapid HIV Testing From Dentists

A new study from the University of Sydney found that 80 percent of dental patients are in favor of receiving rapid HIV testing during dental visits.

U.S. Department of Justice Suggests HIV Law Changes

The U.S. Department of Justice released guidelines to states on how to change HIV-specific laws to reflect scientific findings.

World Health Organization Comes Out in Support of PrEP for Gay Men

The World Health Organization has officially endorsed PrEP in the fight to stop HIV infections.

"The Normal Heart" Earns 16 Emmy Nominations

Larry Kramer's play turned movie has earned 16 Emmy nominations including four for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie.

Yes, You Can Blame it on the Semen

A new study out of Australia shows that semen protein enhances HIV infection rates.