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15% of people living with HIV in U.S. don’t know their status, new study estimates

15% of people living with HIV in U.S. don’t know their status, new study estimates

, by Emily Land

The percentage of people living with HIV in the U.S. who are undiagnosed is going down—although disparities by state and region of the country remain. Read More

“PrEP Rallies” bring in young Black men to HIV and PrEP services

“PrEP Rallies” bring in young Black men to HIV and PrEP services

, by Emily Land

These popular events combine innovative programming (like twerk battles and drag shows!) with opportunities to access critical health resources. Read More

Why relying on someone else’s PrEP isn’t a good idea

Why relying on someone else’s PrEP isn’t a good idea

, by Emily Land

The benefit of PrEP is that it’s a method of HIV prevention completely under your own control. Read More

Dealing with Rejection: Living openly and learning to forgive

Dealing with Rejection: Living openly and learning to forgive

, by Cirrus Wood

What happens when you share a city with your ex? Cirrus Wood shares his journey from resentment to forgiveness. Read More

San Francisco gay bars join forces with HIV researchers to support smart drinking

San Francisco gay bars join forces with HIV researchers to support smart drinking

, by Emily Land

Making small tweaks to the environment in San Francisco bars reduced binge drinking and decreased the average BAC of people exiting bars. Read More