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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

Four Online

Four Online “Finders” for Care and Services

, by Reilly O'Neal

Locating medical care and services takes just a few clicks with these top-notch online "finders." Looking to begin HIV treatment, find a new doctor, or access legal, housing, or financial services? Start here. Read More

Making Sense of Side Effects

Making Sense of Side Effects

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

“Thinking about HIV medicine side effects is very scary,” says Geri, who is HIV positive. But, she adds, “even if they might cause side effects, they are helping me live with the virus.” Learn how to avoid or manage side effects from anti-HIV treatment and get the most from your meds. Read More

Becoming a Positive Parent

Becoming a Positive Parent

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

More people with HIV are considering becoming parents, as better treatment strategies extend lifespans and improve quality of life. Read all about the options available for starting a family of your own. Read More