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Prince Harry Says Mom Diana 'Led With Empathy' Against HIV

“While my mother did not live to see the success of today’s treatments, I feel immense pride in being able to continue her advocacy with you,” the Duke of Sussex recently wrote.

Nation Convicts Man of 'Stealthing' Partner During Sex

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

HIV-Positive? Join This Participation Study and Get Paid

The study hopes to have a better understanding of health behaviors in HIV-positive patients

New Research Shows Long-Acting Injectable is Preferable to Pills

Ninety percent of study participants preferred the every-two-month HIV treatment regimen over taking a daily pill.

African Nations Determined to End AIDS: Here's How They'll Do It

Around 67 percent of the world's HIV-positive people reside in Africa.

PrEP May Soon Be Even Easier to Access in California

The state already allows people to obtain the HIV prevention meds without a prescription.

Former Rugby Captain Gareth Thomas Settles HIV Accusation Case

The settlement highlights an outdated UK law targeting those living with HIV.

Gay Man Sues Canada Over Sperm Donation Discrimination

He's taking the Canadian government to court, saying its outdated sperm donation restrictions make him feel like a 'second-class citizen.' 

Can This Nation End HIV in Children?

A goal of eradicating HIV in kids by 2030 looms.

'Sesame Street' Co-Creator Lloyd Morrisett Has Died

The children’s show introduced the world to the first HIV-positive Muppet.

Mpox is Almost Gone in the U.S., Leaving Lessons and Mysteries in its Wake

The U.S. public health emergency declaration for mpox (monkeypox) ends today. 

Expressing Love for HIV-Positive Women on Valentine's Day

“Why not do something nice for the women most forgotten about?,” says artist Jessica Whitbred.

FDA Relaxes Blood Donor Restrictions for Gay & Bi Men and Trans Women

The new donation guidelines shift the focus to risk factors rather than one's sexual or gender identity. 

Plus Cover Star Sheryl Lee Ralph to Perform at Super Bowl LVII

The Emmy-winning actress and HIV advocate will sing the Black National Anthem.

First Cases of Antibiotic-Resistant Gonorrhea Identified in the U.S.

Though only two cases of the new strain have been identified so far, it raises concerns of future outbreaks. 

VIDEO: Drag Superstar Eureka O'Hara Opens Up About Authenticity

The Drag Race alum and star of of HBO's We're Here discusses being true to one's self in this exclusive clip. 

Lies About Dr. Fauci and Magic Johnson’s HIV Diagnosis Spread Online

A false claim making the rounds targets the sports legend and the former chief medical advisor to the president.

The SMART Ride Proves Good Things Still Happen in Florida

The bike ride's beneficiaries are HIV organizations doing crucial work in a hostile state.

HIV+ Actor Danny Pintauro Slams Candace Cameron Bure Over 'Horrifying' Interview

The Who’s the Boss? star cited the sit-down as “one of the lowest moments” of his life.

HIV Vaccine Hopes Dashed

The first Phase 3 trial for a potential HIV vaccine has ended in disappointment.