Did you miss any of the most noteworthy moments from the largest HIV/AIDS conference of the year? We have them all recapped here for you.
Two studies examine the often overlooked hepatitis C (HCV) risk among HIV-negative men who have sex with men (MSM). While the incidence of HCV doesn’t appear to be great, screening is still uncommon and we may just be beginning to identify new cases....
Inside the "viral divide," an invisible chasm between those who are HIV negative and those who are HIV positive are concerns about priorities, resources, sexuality and what it means to be a community, explains Rodriguez.
Cyd Nova, a trans activist who attended the 20th International AIDS Conference, imagines a venue that was more sex-positive and just plain sexy.
Housing Works reports about what is necessary to end the HIV epidemic as seen through the images of voices from people at the International AIDS Conference in Melbourne.
Getting to a world without HIV/AIDS is realistic, but still requires a lot of research, according to Anthony Fauci, M.D., director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. At AIDS 2014, he discussed the critical challenges t...
Sexual decision-making includes the rational -- scientific data about how to reduce the risk of HIV transmission -- but also desire and pleasure. At AIDS 2014, an august panel discussed the pleasure principles that should be a part of prevention meth...
Vaginal rings, pills and microbicides, oh my! The amount of prevention options coming down the pipeline is truly staggering, and summed up in thsi video.
The PARTNERS study showed a lot of promise for treatment as prevention, and could also have a lot of positive repercussions regarding pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). A few leading researchers weigh in.
If a major study found "zero" cases of HIV transmission among mixed-status couples, why did it also find that the risk was higher than zero?