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New Study Says Half of HIV-Positive Drinkers Choose to Skip Their Meds

New Study Says Half of HIV-Positive Drinkers Choose to Skip Their Meds

, by Reilly O'Neal

Fifty-one percent of people think they should skip their HIV meds when they drink. Are you one of them? Check out the latest news and views—and think again. Read More

Shawn and Gwenn: A Boy, a Girl, and a Virus

Shawn and Gwenn: A Boy, a Girl, and a Virus

, by April Dávila

Shawn Decker and Gwenn Barringer draw from their own mixed-HIV-status relationship to educate students around the country. “Assuming someone’s HIV status is a far greater risk than engaging in safe sex with someone who’s already infected," says Shawn. Read More

Early Treatment Cuts Infection of Resting CD4 Cells

Early Treatment Cuts Infection of Resting CD4 Cells

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Early HIV treatment during the "acute" phase of infection reduces numbers of resting CD4 cells. This new study offers clues for curing HIV. Read More

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The “Berlin Patient”: Sorting Out the Science

, by Reilly O'Neal

Talk and questions abound about traces of HIV found in the "Berlin Patient"—the first person believed cured of the virus. What does it all mean for the prospect of an HIV cure? Read More

You, Me, and the Virus Makes Three: Serodiscordant Relationships in the Twenty-First Century

You, Me, and the Virus Makes Three: Serodiscordant Relationships in the Twenty-First Century

, by April Dávila

Boy meets boy. Boys fall in love. Boy tests positive for HIV. See how this love story unfolds over 26 years. Read More