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By Jason Mast, STAT
The singer told the crowd at his concert at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis on Friday that spending time around White’s family caused him to make changes in his life. White was from Indiana.
By Associated Press
Four decades ago this past week, the first ever cases of the HIV/AIDS epidemic were publicly noted, and hardly noticed. But soon after, cases exploded around the world. It's estimated that roughly 35 million people have died from AIDS in…
By William Brangham, David Coles, Claire Mufson
As the world focuses on the pandemic, experts fear losing ground in the long fight against other infectious diseases like AIDS, tuberculosis and cholera that kill millions every year.
By Victoria Milko, Aniruddha Ghosal, Associated Press
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…
By PBS NewsHour
By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press
President Donald Trump's move is being greeted with a mix of skepticism and cautious optimism by anti-AIDS activists.
By Larisa Epatko
Amid the stylish dresses and crimson lips of “MTV Shuga” comes a message of acceptance for those who have HIV.
NewsHour's John Carlos Frey reports in this updated segment on San Francisco's plan to zero out the number of new HIV infections. The city's public health officials, doctors, and activists have made huge strides battling the epidemic and are now…
At the 2015 International AIDS Society Conference, researchers confirmed that starting HIV patients on antiretroviral drugs early does prevent AIDS-related illness and deaths. Gwen Ifill talks to Justin Goforth of Whitman-Walker Health and U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx…
Lu Thi Thanh, a 28-year-old woman residing in northern Vietnam, speaks matter-of-factly about living with HIV. The words didn’t always come so easily, but things changed after she joined a support network called Sunflower.
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