The Jan/Feb 2020 issue of Plus magazine showcases Prevention Access Campaign founder Bruce Richman, the U=U activists, and inspiring stories of Black women living with HIV.
In honor of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, one expert discusses how a community-based program helps brings care and compassion to the men who need it most.
HIV counselors are currently authorized to perform rapid HIV tests, but not rapid syphilis tests.
The World Health Organization warns a broken antibiotic market may lead to a global health crisis unless our governments intervene.
With higher blood pressure, the likelihood of cardiovascular disease later in life increases.
New research shows a disconnect between healthcare providers and patients when it comes to the biggest issues associated with living with HIV.
Though so far only specific research has been done on women living with HIV, these troubling findings reveal poz folks are at risk of developing “immunity amnesia.”