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A study of state departments of correction concludes that prisoners are not receiving vital hepatitis C treatment due to extremely high drug costs.
The report combines data from 160 countries to analyze the progress made and progress needed to meet UNAIDS' goal of ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030.
Iván Espinoza-Madrigal, Esq., legal director of the Center for HIV Law and Policy, shares some of the conversations and themes from the 2014 HIV Is Not A Crime conference.
HIV criminalization reform advocates know that having medical professionals on your side is a huge asset. Here, Wendy Armstrong, M.D., shares her perspective.
If you're looking to have sex in the North Star State, read this recap of the recent case Minnesota v. Rick which did little to nothing to improve the lives of HIV-positive Minnesotans.
Every year, people with HIV face special criminal charges ranging from aggravated assault to intentional HIV transmission following run-ins with police officers. There are no known HIV transmission cases from so-called "exposure offenses" -- yet pros...