As news of a second patient entering remission makes headlines, we take a look back at the first time doctors vanquished the virus.
The settlement was reached after a major mailing mishap revealed the HIV status of thousands of patients.
Spanish flu, HIV/AIDS, drug overdoses: Epidemics that affect the young often show up dramatically in the data.
The U.S. government classifies all chimpanzees as endangered, after decades of stalling.
A discovery raises the possibility of using a fungal enzyme to deliver drugs directly into the brain.
A pervasive fungus, passed along by pigeon droppings, can kill HIV patients by using a Trojan Horse strategy to invade their brains.
Many countries are starting to rely less on foreign aid for their HIV prevention and treatment programs. But the transition can be tricky.