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Ask a Guinea Pig: What’s Involved in Cure Research—And Why Should I Participate?

Ask a Guinea Pig: What’s Involved in Cure Research—And Why Should I Participate?

, by Matt Sharp

Curious about cure trials? Columnist Matt Sharp weighs in on key questions any potential guinea pig should ask. Read More

AIDS 2012: Meet Rig

AIDS 2012: Meet Rig

, by Reilly O'Neal

The Black AIDS Institute’s Rig Rush chats about being part of an HIV prevention trial—and shares a bit of sex ed for gay youth. Read More

AIDS 2012: The Latest on Rectal Microbicides

AIDS 2012: The Latest on Rectal Microbicides

, by Reilly O'Neal

See how this HIV prevention tool—for both men and women—is shaping up in clinical trials, and what rectal microbicides champion Jim Pickett hopes for the future. Read More

Prepare for PrEP

Prepare for PrEP

, by Liz Highleyman

An in-depth look at PrEP: how it works, why it's both promising and controversial, and what's next for this new HIV prevention tool. Read More

Tools for Understanding HIV / AIDS Research

Tools for Understanding HIV / AIDS Research

, by Reilly O'Neal

Get the most out of AIDS 2012 research news with a little help from these user-friendly resources. Read More