Sexual violence against LGBTQ+ people is a problem that doesn't get enough attention—not only from the police, but from researchers as well.
During the first decade of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, epidemiological data collection centered overwhelmingly on cisgender white gay men.
New York physicians, physician assistants, and nurses may soon be required to talk about sex, gender identity, STIs, and HIV.
In sub-Saharan Africa, herbalists and spiritual healers are working closely with researchers to help reduce HIV transmission in rural communities.
A recent analysis conducted by the AIDS Treatment Activists Coalition revealed that, among HIV drug trial participants, data specific to race and sex were dramatically underreported.
From new forms of PrEP to new data on HIV in the U.S., CROI 2021 has plenty of developments to report when it comes to preventing HIV and better understanding the drivers of the modern epidemic.
New findings from the Antibody-Mediated Prevention (AMP) studies indicate that broadly neutralizing antibodies can work, but several will need to be used in combination.
A new report from the CDC highlights encouraging trends in death rates among people with HIV in the U.S., and is explicit in associating them with strong and concerted public health interventions.
Given the decline in mortality among people living with HIV in the U.S., it’s no surprise that the difference in life expectancy between those with and without the virus is shrinking. But the disparities that remain are striking.
A reasonably understandable initial response to this important study could be “WTF”—but the forces that conspire to harm people of color and people living in poverty are persistent and intransigent.