One out of every eight adults living in Mozambique is HIV positive, and most of them are on HIV medications called antiretrovirals. These pills are life-saving for people around the world infected with HIV, but the United States and other…

AIDS Conference in Vienna; Photo by Steve Forrest/International AIDS Society VIENNA, Austria | This year's International AIDS Conference, drawing to a close Friday, produced among other things a high-profile scientific breakthrough, endless policy discussions and plenty of new…

VIENNA, Austria | Europe now has the fastest growing HIV epidemic in the world, due in large part to intravenous drug use, the World Health Organization told the International AIDS Conference in Vienna Wednesday. The epidemic is disproportionately affecting Eastern…

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Washington, D.C., resident Bob Hoff has been HIV positive for more than 25 years, but has no detectable viral load and has never had to take medication. Over the years he has seen many friends die of AIDS, but his…

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Maybe you're old enough to remember when people first began dying of a disease that caused a catastrophic breakdown in the body's ability to fight disease. Young people were being killed off by infections the body normally kept in check…

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