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We’re closing the gap: New research on race/ethnic disparities in HIV treatment & viral suppression

We’re closing the gap: New research on race/ethnic disparities in HIV treatment & viral suppression

December 8, 2016, by

People of color are getting better access to HIV treatment and care, but disparities still remain. Read More

Is that an umbrella in your drink, or are you just happy to see me?

Is that an umbrella in your drink, or are you just happy to see me?

December 6, 2016, by

Can you judge a person by their drink order? Cirrus Wood reflects on his date’s drink choice—and what his own orders at the bar may reveal. Read More

AIDS in 1985, and today

AIDS in 1985, and today

November 30, 2016, by

In honor of World AIDS Day, San Francisco AIDS Foundation staff share memories of what it was like to work for an AIDS service organization in the early days of the epidemic. Read More

When We Rise: The exclusive interview with AIDS activist & author Cleve Jones

When We Rise: The exclusive interview with AIDS activist & author Cleve Jones

November 30, 2016, by

Chris Richey sat down with activist, writer, and founder of San Francisco AIDS Foundation Cleve Jones on World AIDS Day to discuss sex in San Francisco before AIDS, how to fight back in the age of Donald Trump, and his new memoir When We Rise. Read More

Jake Sobo: My life on PrEP—4 years later

Jake Sobo: My life on PrEP—4 years later

November 29, 2016, by

The legendary Jake Sobo resurfaces to talk about his 4 years on PrEP, his upcoming marriage & STIs in the gay community. Read More