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Hep C… and Me?

Hep C… and Me?

May 28, 2015, by

Jake wraps his head around hep C, and asks how often gay men should get tested. Read More

Risk of AIDS, Serious Illness and Death Reduced by 53% with Early ART

Risk of AIDS, Serious Illness and Death Reduced by 53% with Early ART

May 28, 2015, by

The first-ever large randomized controlled trial investigating the impact of early HIV treatment released preliminary results showing that people with HIV should start ART regardless of CD4 count. Read More

Indiana’s Opioid-Related HIV Cases

Indiana’s Opioid-Related HIV Cases

May 27, 2015, by

The public health emergency continues in rural Indiana’s Scott County. This part of the state—which typically only sees a handful of new HIV diagnoses every year—has identified 162 new HIV cases since December. Read More

People With HIV Should Test for Hepatitis C

People With HIV Should Test for Hepatitis C

May 19, 2015, by

About a quarter of people living with HIV are also infected with hepatitis C. Find out why and where you can go to get tested. Read More

Cautious Hope for an HIV Vaccine

Cautious Hope for an HIV Vaccine

May 18, 2015, by

On National HIV Vaccine Awareness Day, learn why HIV vaccine development is so slow-going. Read More