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Get on treatment as soon as you find out you’re HIV-positive. For most people, that’s enough to become undetectable in a matter of weeks.

April 09 2019 5:00 AM

For our recent cover, Plus spotlighted to very important men advocating for PrEP access in the Latinx community. 

April 09 2019 5:00 AM

Ashton P. Woods may lead Houston into the next decade as the first HIV-positive person of color elected to city council. 

April 08 2019 5:00 AM

Two gay men from very different worlds — Venezuelan immigrant Marco Torrealba and John K. Byrne, the powerful CEO behind Raw Story — are changing how Miami's Latinx community accessses PrEP. They're doing so in a city where 5 percent of the people are living with HIV, more than New York, Los Angeles, or San Francisco. PLUS: More than 30 things you need to know when you're just diagnosed with HIV and how switching from class of HIV inhibitor to another could save your life.

April 03 2019 12:47 PM

Native Americans are addressing HIV within their community by reminding each other of their real names.

March 20 2019 5:00 AM

People fell in love with Gus Kenworthy after coming out gay prior to the Olympic games. He's turned that popularity into social activism, most recently partnering with Cannondale to raise a million dollars for AIDS/LifeCycle, riding his bike 545 for the HIV charity. PLUS: Our special long-term survivor's issue includes a look at what's really going on for people who have been living with HIV for decades. And our annual Resistance 101 tells you all you need to know about beating, treating, and avoiding HIV drug resistance.

February 07 2019 8:00 AM

Shame has no place here, so let it go in 2019. 

January 17 2019 6:00 AM
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