Mike Smith co-founded the Names Project AIDS Memorial Quilt in 1987. Now living through his second pandemic, Smith is finding ways to help out amid COVID-19 -- and to inspire others to do the same. He shares his Brief But…
This Pride, we are remembering a community’s struggle with a different epidemic decades ago. Raised by gay parents, a man recalls how HIV AIDS was impacting people around him and how a group of men called his “aunties” helped him…
By PBS NewsHour
Dr. Anthony Fauci credited playwright and AIDS activist Larry Kramer for "totally" changing the relationship between communities afflicted with a disease and the scientific and regulatory bodies whose work affects them.
By Molly Finnegan
The Supreme Court's second day of arguments by phone was devoted to a new version of a case it decided seven years ago involving federal money to fight AIDS around the world.
By Mark Sherman, Jessica Gresko, Associated Press
By Dr. Howard Markel
As the world struggles to constrain the new coronavirus, it's worth remembering the discovery of another deadly, global virus and a controversy that played out among the researchers who brought it to light.
On the second floor of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, a placard at the end of an exhibit asks a question we all may be thinking right now, in the middle of a global health emergency: What’s next?…
By Grace Birnstengel, Next Avenue
"Those of us who are longtime survivors — there are other things popping up now because we weren’t expected to live this long," one HIV survivor said.
By PBS NewsHour
New medical treatment for HIV is helping the nearly 38 million people living with the virus globally. On World AIDS Day, Celeste Watkins-Hayes, a professor at Northwestern University and author of “Remaking a Life: How Women Living with HIV/AIDS Confront…
Antiretroviral therapy is the standard HIV treatment, but patients are never rid of the virus. A new study raises the possibility of HIV elimination through gene-editing with CRISPR.
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