The city's mayor committed to ensuring that in three years, 90 percent of residents with HIV know their status, 90 percent of those get treatment, and 90 percent of those become undetectable.
We’re closer than ever to 90 percent of people who are HIV-positive to be treated and suppressed, but still there are a few hurdles.
New numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention prove that progress is real.
The argument is over.
Dates can be awkward. Coming out doesn’t have to be.
As far as viruses go, transmitting HIV is actually a bit difficult. You are most at risk of passing the virus on to someone else when you are first diagnosed. Fortunately, there are many ways to avoid transmission. Here are the top seven.
Why we must embrace Undetectable Means Untransmittable.