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“Atlanta Principles” Demand Better HIV Prevention Efforts

June 11, 2014, by

Activists this week unveiled the Atlanta Principles, a set of demands calling for stepped-up HIV prevention efforts across the United States—and in the CDC's own backyard. Read More

A Breakthrough Moment in AIDS History

A Breakthrough Moment in AIDS History

June 9, 2014, by

Twenty-five years ago today, Peter Staley and fellow activists stormed a conference and announced a new agenda for research on life-saving HIV/AIDS treatments. See how their words changed AIDS history. Read More

National HIV/AIDS Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day

National HIV/AIDS Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day

June 5, 2014, by

Advocates are claiming June 5 as a day to honor long-term survivors of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. One survivor tells his story and shares his hopes for this new observance day. Read More

Just How Risky Is It? Studies Shed Light on HIV Risk and Prevention

Just How Risky Is It? Studies Shed Light on HIV Risk and Prevention

June 4, 2014, by

Three studies estimate HIV risk by sex act and HIV prevention approach. How applicable are their findings to the “real world”? Read More

Iowa First State to Repeal HIV Criminalization Law

Iowa First State to Repeal HIV Criminalization Law

June 3, 2014, by

See how Iowa modernizes its outdated HIV criminalization law—and leads the way for other states to do the same. Read More