The HIV-Positive Inmate Who Spent a Year in Solitary for Having Consensual Sex
John Dorn's case stands to change wider prison policy around HIV criminalization.
Updated HIV Laws May Only Protect the Privileged
Lawyers warn that oversimplification of cutting-edge HIV science could backfire for the most vulnerable patients.
Medicaid Leaves Many Hepatitis C Patients Behind
The price of treatment has dropped for everyone except the most vulnerable patients.
Doctors Aren’t Doing Enough to Protect Trans People from HIV
Sometimes the discrimination trans people experience in a healthcare setting discourages them from ever coming back.
For the Homeless, Housing Is Healthcare
And it's saving taxpayers' money.