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REPEAL Act Aims to Modernize Discriminatory HIV Laws

REPEAL Act Aims to Modernize Discriminatory HIV Laws

May 9, 2013, by

“These laws are based on bias, not science,” says Congresswoman Barbara Lee. See how a new bipartisan bill would bring federal and state HIV laws up to date. Read More

Updated Guidelines for Opportunistic Infections

Updated Guidelines for Opportunistic Infections

May 9, 2013, by

See what changed this week in the recommended prevention and treatment strategies for opportunistic infections related to HIV. Read More

Ask a Lawyer: The Injustice of HIV Criminalization

Ask a Lawyer: The Injustice of HIV Criminalization

May 3, 2013, by

What are the unintended consequences of HIV criminalization—and what can advocates, lawyers, and people living with HIV do to change flawed laws? Read More

FDA Denies Approval of Elvitegravir and Cobicistat as Stand-Alone Drugs

FDA Denies Approval of Elvitegravir and Cobicistat as Stand-Alone Drugs

May 1, 2013, by

What’s next for these two drugs, both of which are part of Gilead's already approved Stribild (“Quad”) combination pill? Read More

Cure Research Spotlight: Strategies for “Draining” Viral Reservoirs

Cure Research Spotlight: Strategies for “Draining” Viral Reservoirs

April 30, 2013, by

See what strategies scientists are pursuing to overcome this obstacle to a cure, and find out what one Danish clinical trial means—and doesn’t mean—for the quest to cure HIV. Read More