Customs and Border Protection Is Separating Families Based on HIV Status
Health and Human Services removed HIV from a list of communicable diseases that bar immigrants from entry into the United States in 2010.
HIV Rates Are Rising in States That Didn't Expand Medicaid
Dramatically reducing HIV infections in the next decade will prove very difficult—and may be impossible with cuts to Medicaid or the repeal of the ACA.
Remembering the First Time a Patient Was Cured of HIV
As news of a second patient entering remission makes headlines, we take a look back at the first time doctors vanquished the virus.
Researchers Say Trump's Pledge to 'Defeat AIDS in America' Is Achievable. What's Standing in the Way?
Many of the Trump administration's own policies undermine this goal.
The Chinese Scientist Who Engineered HIV-Resistant Babies May Now Face Legal Consequences
A Chinese scientist who engineered the first gene-edited babies may now face serious charges for fraudulent practices.
Beating AIDS With the Help of Data—and Engaging Directly With Your Care
How a multi-disciplinary approach can reduce transmission and encourage patients to engage consistently in their treatment.
'Getting to Zero': Are We Close to a Cure for AIDS?
San Francisco pushes early HIV treatment—with an eye toward a cure.
The Connection Between Domestic Abuse and Condom Use
A new, large analysis of previous studies finds being in abusive relationships makes women and girls less likely to use contraception of all kinds.
What Will It Take for Conservative States to Allow Needle Exchanges?
Indiana has temporarily lifted a ban on needle exchanges to help combat an HIV outbreak. Why leave the ban intact at all?