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Dr. Leo Moore is more than the "ultimate health guy"

As one of the nation's top leaders battling HIV and its stigma, this L.A. doctor embodies the best of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.

PrEP without a prescription now a reality in California

Governor Newsom signed a bill on Tuesday greatly increasing access to the preventative HIV medication.

38-year-old inmate dies after being denied HIV meds, lawsuit claims

The company providing health care services to the California prison has previously been accused of failing HIV-positive inmates.

Starbucks unveils Black History Month cup collection

Artist Damon Brown's vibrant drinkware collaboration with Starbucks celebrates Black culture and raises funds for the community.

The real reason trans women have high HIV rates

A new CDC report reveals that discrimination against transgender women is the main cause behind adverse health trends in the group.

New York's plan to stop STIs

The city wants doctors to prescribe a preventative drug that can stop diseases like syphilis.

Our country's dark history of persecuting people with HIV

A look back on the criminalization of HIV in the U.S. reveals its connection to systemic racism, classism, and homophobia.

This president wants to kill gay people by public stoning

And "doing so would not be a crime," says the Burundi leader who also recently had several HIV activists arrested.

The First Person Cured of AIDS Gets His Due

Palm Springs honors Timothy Ray Brown, the first person known to cured of HIV, with a permanent memorial.

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

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

Magic Johnson Is Now a Billionaire, Forbes says

Former NBA star, business magnate, and longtime HIV survivor and advocate Magic Johnson has now surpassed the billion-dollar mark.

CDC Greenlights Regular Mpox Vaccination for Those Most at Risk

Organization advisers vote to recommend routine use of mpox vaccines in order to protect people in high-risk groups.

Plus Nov/Dec Issue: PEPFAR in Danger & Our Allies and Advocates of the Year

In this issue we cover the far-right's plight to end a global HIV program that has saved millions, and also celebrate eight amazing advocates who are creating change.

HIV Advocate, Journalist Josh Kruger Murdered in His Home

The gay writer was a fixture in Philadelphia, where he advocated for the most marginalized.

STI Rates, Including HIV, Could Spike Due to Medicaid Cuts

As Sexual Health Awareness Month draws to a close, we can't ignore the dangers of continued health care budget cuts.

Canada Has Some of the Highest Mpox Rates in the World

According to WHO, Canada is among 10 countries that have reported the highest cumulative number of mpox cases.

Is Grindr the Sexy New Linkedin?

A survey finds a quarter of users are on the gay dating app to network, including Grindr's own CEO.

Celebrate Juneteenth by Promoting Black Health, Wealth, and Joy

Reflecting on the amazing strength, spirit, and resilience of Black Americans.

Gene Therapies Show Promise for HIV Elimination

A study in HIV-positive humanized mice was 60 percent effective as opposed to the 29 percent efficacy in previous studies.

FDA Approves Vaccine for Common Respiratory Virus

It's a big win for the elderly population most susceptible to this specific virus.