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​Houston, We Have a Problem — With Discriminating Against HIV+ People

An insurer based in Texas’s largest city is accused of creating dangerous obstacles for people living with HIV.

Syphilis Has Increased 128% Among Women in Houston Since 2019

Experts say it's especially vital for pregnant women to get tested for the treatable but potentially life-threatening STI.

Texas Refuses to Expand its Medicaid to Help Combat HIV

Researchers say communities of color will be the most affected if the expansion doesn't happen. 

NIH Gives Millions to Texas Center for AIDS Research

The new center's director says they "are fortunate to get this grant to try to accelerate the efforts in Texas."

Thousands in Texas at Risk of Losing Access to Critical HIV Meds

While officials struggle to replenish an enormous budget deficit worsened by the pandemic, the health of thousands of people living with HIV hangs in the balance.

Restaurant Accused of Firing Texas Man Over HIV Status

A man served his former employer with a federal lawsuit alleging they violated his rights.

40-Year Sentence for Man Who Killed HIV-Positive Lover With Steak Knife

A jury sentenced Larry Dunn to 40 years in prison for the murder of Cicely Lee Bolden. The HIV-positive woman was killed a week after she disclosed her status to Dunn last year.

Jury Deadlocked in Trial of Man Who Confessed to Killing HIV-Positive Lover

Cicely Lee Bolden was allegedly killed a week after she disclosed her status Larry Dunn last year.