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Raw sex: What the research says about risk when you’re undetectable

Raw sex: What the research says about risk when you’re undetectable

, by Emily Newman

Read why one man living with HIV doesn’t use condoms with his HIV-negative partner—and about research showing that risk of transmitting HIV is minimal. Read More

We asked Dr. Susan Buchbinder about the mafia, Getting to Zero, and being diagnosed with AIDS

We asked Dr. Susan Buchbinder about the mafia, Getting to Zero, and being diagnosed with AIDS

, by Emily Newman

This month, Dr. Sheran invited Susan Buchbinder, MD, director of Bridge HIV at the San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH), to give an update and answer questions about the Getting to Zero initiative in San Francisco—and more. Read More

Too many HIV meds, a small-town judge, and 10 days in jail

Too many HIV meds, a small-town judge, and 10 days in jail

, by David Duran

David Duran tackles the complicated issue of polypharmacy, and the problems caused by taking too many meds to keep track of. Read More

Why gay men are better at negotiating sex than straight guys

Why gay men are better at negotiating sex than straight guys

, by Cirrus Wood

“It had just never occurred to me that straight men might actually have it harder than gay ones in any way at anything,” writes Cirrus Wood. Read More

The Dr. Is In: Looking for love when you’re living with HIV

The Dr. Is In: Looking for love when you’re living with HIV

, by Emily Newman

Learn to love yourself, says therapist Rafael Chang, before you try to find love from others. Read More