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​FBI Busts 16-Million Dollar Fake HIV Drug Scheme​

A Miami man is caught for selling millions of dollars worth of counterfeit HIV meds.

Ghana's Newest Anti-LGBTQ+ Law Sparks Protests

A proposed law in the country would require citizens to report LGBTQ+ people to authorities.

Blockbuster PrEP Lawsuit: Gilead Wins Over U.S. Government

A jury favored the drugmaker against the CDC’s claims it's owed money for the preventative HIV medication.

Forcing Companies to Cover PrEP Violates Religious Freedom, Antigay Judge Rules

A conservative judge ruled that requiring companies to pay for PrEP as part of the Affordable Care Act violates the rights of those who object to LGBTQ+ people.

Nation Convicts Man of 'Stealthing' Partner During Sex

A Dutch man was convicted of removing his condom during sex without permission.

What to Know About 2023's HIV is Not a Crime Awareness Day

The second annual event aims to decriminalize HIV entirely.

Former Rugby Captain Gareth Thomas Settles HIV Accusation Case

The settlement highlights an outdated UK law targeting those living with HIV.

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.

Man Injects Ex-Wife with HIV-Positive Blood

The man told police the attack was inspired by a TV show. 

South Africa to Decriminalize Sex Work to Combat HIV & Crime Against Women

The country currently has one of the highest rates of HIV diagnoses in the world.

Is the Military's Ban on HIV-Positive Recruits Finally Going Down?

Advocates call the current policy discriminatory and "a serious equity issue" and are suing to end it.

Dem Governor Signs Bill Punishing HIV Transmission With Prison

Advocates say such laws don't hinder transmissions, but rather promote stigma.

Kingpins in Alleged Counterfeit HIV Drug Ring Nabbed

Along with two ringleaders, more than 50 defendants are being accused in the massive scheme.

Indiana Police Dept. Settles With DOJ After Rejecting HIV+ Candidate

The city of Clarksville just got a lesson in the Americans With Disabilities Act.

The GOP Is Targeting People With HIV. Imagine if They Had More Power

The far right’s move to restrict PrEP access in Texas will only hurt the Latinx community — and eventually, everyone. We must act at the polls.

Antigay Texas Judge: PrEP Coverage Violates Religious Freedom

The district judge ruled Wednesday that requiring insurance companies to cover medications to prevent HIV transmission is a violation of religious rights.

Decriminalization of HIV is 'Scientifically Proven and Morally Correct'

The United Nations continues to push for the global decriminalization of HIV.

Man Charged With Running $230 Million Fake HIV Drug Ring Out on Bail

Lazaro Hernandez is facing 100 years in jail, but a judge released him just in time for the holiday weekend.

Florida Man Indicted for Running $230 Million HIV Drug Ring

Authorities say the man faces 100 years in prison for allegedly selling altered, repackaged HIV medications to unsuspecting pharmacies.

Georgia Modernizes HIV Disclosure Law

It’s no longer a felony to not disclose your HIV status before sex in the Southern state.