After being accused of overcharging for HIV drugs on the federal marketplace in Florida, health insurance company Humana has agreed to lower those costs.
$1.5 million in U.S. funding went to an evangelical, anti-gay and anti-condom organization called The Children's AIDS Fund in 2014.
In 2013, private global funds going to HIV causes totaled $592 million, which is an 8 percent drop from 2012, according to an FCAA report.
PEPFAR directly or indirectly supports 7.7 million people on HIV treatment worldwide.
The FDA’s Blood Products Advisory Panel declined to vote on ending a ban that prohibits men from donating blood if they've had sex with another man since 1977.
The film chronicles the early years of the epidemic in New York City.
A Tennessee federal court added six years to a woman's prison sentence because she was pregnant while committing a crime.
A report by amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, and Global Action for Trans Equality (GATE) profiles 10 groups working for the rights and health of transgender people.
U.S. Reps. Barbara Lee (DCalif.) and Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (RFla.) have sent a letter to the Department of Defense seeking answers.
The deadline is Friday, December 12. Please nominate Peter Staley and Sean Strub!
Oriol R. Gutierrez Jr.
A group called Planting Peace is countering the anti-gay sermon of Arizona Pastor Steven Anderson with a campaign to raise HIV funds and send him lumps of coal.
Advocates claim the increase in paperwork has distracted them from their HIV prevention, care and treatment work on the ground.
The National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC) released a report titled 'Continuing the Advance Against HIV/AIDS: A Community Driven Health Literacy and Wellness Agenda.'
A federal lawsuit alleges the medical practice of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, coroner Stephen Diamantoni, MD, refused to treat a patient because he has HIV.
The agreement will allow for the generic production of HIV meds lopinavir and ritonavir.
Monday, December 1, is World AIDS Day. The World Health Organization's 2014 campaign focuses on closing the gap in HIV prevention and treatment.
Half of adult residents in Washington, DC, say they learned something new about HIV from the city’s HIV education and prevention campaigns.
The social media campaign #weareALLclean uses shower selfies to fight HIV stigma and raise funds to cure AIDS.
The goal is to reduce new HIV infections to 750 per year by 2020.