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Exclusive: British gay man ‘tortured’ in Qatar is almost out of HIV medicine, family says

Manuel Guerrero, 44, is banned from leaving the country and is about to run out of antiretroviral medication.

The world leaders keeping HIV alive

The UN’s HIV leader says a backlash to human rights is hindering their goal of ending the disease.

This president wants to kill gay people by public stoning

And "doing so would not be a crime," says the Burundi leader who also recently had several HIV activists arrested.

Plus Nov/Dec Issue: PEPFAR in Danger & Our Allies and Advocates of the Year

In this issue we cover the far-right's plight to end a global HIV program that has saved millions, and also celebrate eight amazing advocates who are creating change.

Ghana's Newest Anti-LGBTQ+ Law Sparks Protests

A proposed law in the country would require citizens to report LGBTQ+ people to authorities.

GOP Targets PEPFAR, a Bush-Era Program That Saved Millions

After going after marriage equality, trans rights, and abortion services, Republicans take aim at a pivotal HIV program.

A New Way to Improve Viral Load Suppression in HIV+ Children?

Studies in Uganda reveal the unique challenges presented to children with HIV.

How Anti-LGBTQ+ Nations Fuel the HIV Epidemic

The United Nations urges decriminalization of same-sex relations to create public health and equality.

World HIV/AIDS Vaccine Day Reminds of the Importance of Inclusion

When searching for the cure for HIV, it’s imperative to include disproportionately affected communities in drug trials to ensure a vaccine for everybody.

U=U is Drastically Reducing HIV Rates in Australia

A recent report shows new HIV cases have gone down by 66 percent due to using treatment as prevention.

London Aims to Be First Major City to Eliminate New HIV Cases

The city says it's “on course” to eliminate all new transmissions by 2030.

Leading HIV Scientist Opens Up About Her Fight Against the Virus

Kundai Chinyenze leads a global initiative that refuses to stop until a vaccine is found.

Kidney Transplant for HIV-Positive Patient Makes History

The man, in his 50s, received the transplant from his HIV-negative wife.

Bangladesh Makes Great Strides in Preventing Children Being Born With HIV

The country’s Preventing Mother-to-Child Transmission program has a 95 percent success rate.

This HIV Organization Just Shut Its Doors After 30 Years

The nonprofit cited “significant challenges” behind the “incredibly difficult decision” to close.

Nation Convicts Man of 'Stealthing' Partner During Sex

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

At Gay Party, New Zealand's New Leader Commits to Ending HIV

Prime Minister Chris Hipkins unveiled a plan of action after his first visit to Auckland’s Big Gay Out.

Young HIV-Positive Indian Boy Beats Inherited Blood Disorder

The 7-year-old became the first successful high-risk bone marrow transplant in India.

Delhi to Provide Food and Housing for HIV-Positive People

The Indian territory's government will start providing free food and housing for poverty-stricken people living with HIV.

Man Injects Ex-Wife with HIV-Positive Blood

The man told police the attack was inspired by a TV show.