UK man who intentionally infected people with HIV sentenced to life in prison
He's the first man in the UK to be found guilty of intentionally infecting people with HIV
HIV Probably Won't Kill You, but Smoking Will
HIV-positive people smoke at more than twice the rate of the general population. Doctors say smoking now presents a greater risk to them than HIV itself.
Federal Budget Cuts Could Be a Disaster for HIV Patients
Advocates have been fighting the Trump administration tooth and nail to preserve HIV/AIDS funding. So far, they've been largely successful—but experts say any lapse in budget could be a huge setback.
Plastic Waste Is the Final Straw for Teenage Activist
Your daily guide to what’s working, what’s not, and what you can do about it.
What I've Learned from 30 Years of AIDS Activism
Older generations of LGBTQ people know Peter Staley as a hero. He explained what lessons can be drawn from his time fighting AIDS today.
Young Filipinos Discuss Their Fears Amid the Country's HIV Epidemic
As HIV infections there soar, students at the University of Philippines-Dilliman explain what's holding back progress.
Why Has Cuba's HIV-Infected Population Doubled This Decade?
The country famously—and controversially—quarantined its HIV-infected population at the onset of the crisis, and maintained an aggressive approach to containing its spread for decades after. But recent reports suggest a dramatic and troubling shift.
What HIV Researchers Are Learning From Traditional Healers
A three-step herbal treatment discovered in Botswana goes under the microscope.
What It's Like to Be Black, Gay, and HIV-Positive in the South
Photos from Jackson, Mississippi.
Lizzi Sandell and Adri Murguia
This Timeline of HIV/AIDS Drugs Shows How Far We’ve Come
But there's a lot more work to do if we want to finally win the war against HIV/AIDS.
Meredith Rutland Bauer
Trump has no policy plans for HIV/AIDS — and his team has an abysmal track record
HIV Scientists Have Failed to Protect the World's Most At-Risk Women
PrEP drugs like Truvada can drastically lower the risk of HIV transmission. But young women in South Africa are pushing for a different kind of change.