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HIV Criminalization Laws Disproportionately Punish People of Color

HIV Criminalization Laws Disproportionately Punish People of Color

, by Emily Newman

Being accused of not disclosing HIV before sex can carry harsh consequences, and racial disparities exist in prosecution and sentencing. Read More

New Treatment Signals Hope for Long-Term HIV Suppression

New Treatment Signals Hope for Long-Term HIV Suppression

, by Emily Newman

An antibody infusion suppressed HIV but didn’t eliminate it from viral reservoirs. Read More

Life Insurance Now Available for People with HIV

Life Insurance Now Available for People with HIV

, by Emily Newman

A financial services company was motivated to find a life insurance solution for people with HIV, which is now a chronic but manageable condition. Read More

The Hottest Articles on BETA in 2015

The Hottest Articles on BETA in 2015

, by Emily Newman

Look back on the biggest news in HIV with our top 10 articles on BETA this year. Read More

Getting to Zero: How San Francisco is Making Progress

Getting to Zero: How San Francisco is Making Progress

, by Emily Newman

Last year, PrEP, rapid treatment, health navigation and anti-stigma initiatives all made strides. Read More