Our SYNC 2020 Coverage
Scout, Ph.D., the head of the National LGBT Cancer Network, lays out the current state of the interplay between nicotine, cancer, HIV, and people who are LGBTQ.
Open conversations between care providers and Black women are vitally important in order to empower women with information about HIV and how to protect their health.
No-BS Basics for People Living With HIV
Down-to-earth tips on mental health, medical care, and practical steps from a person who's been there, offered in the hope of speeding you from the challenges of today to a calmer and more joyful future.
We've got you covered on the most important info regarding HIV medications, finding mental/social support, working with a health care team, using natural/complementary therapies, and the search for an HIV cure.
We walk you through the basics on how HIV medications work, what side effects they can cause, how they've improved over the years, the causes and solutions of drug resistance, and what the future holds in store.
COVID-19 and HIV Care
Multiple U.S. health agencies have released HIV-specific information, and research on HIV and the novel coronavirus is trickling in. Here's what health care providers need to know.
LaRon Nelson, Ph.D., RN, talks about public health’s responsibility to meet this extraordinary moment.
Psychotherapy, as a part of comprehensive HIV care, may forever be transformed.
Giving Good HIV Care
Doctors are trained to remain coolly detached. But David Malebranche, M.D., M.P.H., discusses how opening up to his patients, including young, black, same-gender-loving men living with HIV, may help save lives.
People who have survived the isolation of HIV now have a pandemic whose main intervention is isolation.
Telemedicine and new digital platforms may be useful to you and your patients.
Descovy’s approval for PrEP showcases real-life ramifications of leaving trans people out of research. But including trans people is about more than just saying trans people are welcome, says researcher Brian Minalga.
It’s more than just HIV, but comprehensive care systems aren’t as available as they should be.
An interview with Andrew Hill, Ph.D., about his research presented at AIDS 2020.