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New Group Launches to Combat Misinformation on HIV

NATIONAL | By Tucker Berardi | Sep 25
After 30 years there is still a lot of misinformation floating around about HIV. And that's where the Prevention Access Campaign comes into the picture. The recently launched organization hopes to combat false and misleading information.

Mixed Results in New SF HIV Report

NEWS | By Liz Highleyman | Sep 10
The San Francisco Department of Public Health recently released its annual HIV epidemiology report. Among the good news remain glaring disparities.

Living Pozitive :: Keeping House With Your HIV

AIDS | By David Duran | Sep 4
If you are fortunate to be in a good place with your HIV-meaning that you are on meds, healthy and on track-take a few moments to make sure you stay that way.

International AIDS Conference Looks at Advances and Barriers

NEWS | By Liz Highleyman | Jul 24
While remarkable gains have been made in preventing and treating HIV over the past 16 years, this progress could be reversed without adequate funding and respect for the human rights of the people most at risk.

Doctors Without Borders Blasts Inaction on HIV Fight in Central, West Africa

AIDS | Jul 20
Doctors Without Borders' HIV policy adviser says the global aid group has "zero tolerance" for inaction on fighting the virus in Central and West Africa.

The 'HIV is Not a Crime II Training Academy'

AIDS | By Sean McShee | Jul 20
The "HIV is Not a Crime II Training Academy" occurred in mid-May in Huntsville, Ala. It attracted 292 participants from 34 states and Mexico, Canada, Great Britain, and Germany.

The Science Behind a Cure for HIV

AIDS | By Sean McShee | Jul 20
At the April meeting of the Miami Men who have Sex with Men Collaborative, Dr. Mario Stevenson discussed "Obstacles to the Cure of HIV Infection."

Justice Department: Nevada Discriminates Against HIV-Positive Inmates

NATIONAL | By Scott Sonner | Jun 22
Nevada's prisons are discriminating against inmates with HIV under illegal segregation policies that deny them access to work programs where other prisoners earn credits to reduce the length of their sentences.

As HIV Marks 35 Years, Leaders Reflect

NEWS | By Brian Bromberger | Jun 4
As the 35th anniversary of the first reported cases of what would become known as AIDS is observed June 5, the Bay Area Reporter interviewed three longtime HIV-positive men.

HIV and PrEP Stigma Affect LGBT Health Care

HIV/AIDS | By Ryan Meyer, National Coalition for LGBT Health | May 22
Together, stigma and the lack of cultural competence training for healthcare providers contribute to serious health disparities for LGBT individuals.

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