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New Research Marks Important Step Forward to Understand PrEP Use

By EDGE | Jul 20
Several studies presented at the 21st International AIDS Conference in Durban provided new insights on the use of PrEP among a broad range of populations.

IAS Pediatric Grant Winners Announced

By EDGE | Jul 20
Leaders in pediatric HIV research gathering at AIDS 2016 in Durban will honor the winners of the fourth and largest-ever round of IAS research grants.

New Data Guides HIV Prevention And Treatment For Women And Girls

By EDGE | Jul 20
Multiple studies discussed in an official press briefing at the 21st International AIDS Conference in Durban collectively provide new insights that will help shape future HIV prevention and treatment efforts for women and girls.

New Vigor in HIV Vaccine Research Evident at AIDS 2016

By EDGE | Jul 20
Updates on the search for preventive vaccines, presented at the 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016) in Durban, South Africa, included information on advances in the development of novel vaccines, and in the field of antibody mediated prevention

Jerusalem Mayor Skips Gay Pride March Amid Religious Concern

Jul 20
Jerusalem's mayor says he will forgo the city's annual gay pride parade because it is offensive to religious residents.

Gay Ecuadorian Author Overcomes Barriers and Publishes Novel

By Claudia Torrens | Jul 19
As a deaf and gay student in Ecuador, Cesar Baquerizo was bullied and a victim of societal prejudice.

Charlize Theron Honors HIV+ Human Rights Activist Martha Tholanah

By EDGE | Jul 19
On Monday, July 18 at the AIDS 2016 Opening Session at the Durban International Convention Center, South African actress and Oscar-winner Charlize Theron honored Martha Tholanah with the Elizabeth Taylor Award.

Thousands of Activists March to Durban Intl. AIDS Conference

By EDGE | Jul 19
On July 18, over 8,000 activists from South Africa and across the globe took to Durban's streets for the 21st International AIDS Conference.

Israeli Police Boost Security for Jerusalem Gay Pride Parade

Jul 19
Israeli police say they are stepping up security measures for this week's gay pride parade in Jerusalem after a deadly attack at last year's festivities.

The Terror of Hunger: Middle-Class Venezuelans Cross the Border for Food

By Hannah Dreier | Jul 19
The harrowing story of one Venezuelan couple's desperate attempt to source food from neighboring Colombia.

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