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Who knows about U=U? Awareness that undetectable individuals do not transmit HIV increasing, says new study

Who knows about U=U? Awareness that undetectable individuals do not transmit HIV increasing, says new study

, by Emily Land

The message of undetectable = untransmittable is empowering, but not everyone has heard it. New research investigates who’s getting the message, and who is being left behind. Read More

Activists remind us of the social movement behind the National AIDS Strategy—and why we still need it today

Activists remind us of the social movement behind the National AIDS Strategy—and why we still need it today

, by Emily Land

Read about the history behind our country’s national strategy to turn the tide on HIV and AIDS, and see why it matters now just as much now as it did ten years ago. Read More

Here’s why I’m afraid—for the very first time in eight years of living with HIV

Here’s why I’m afraid—for the very first time in eight years of living with HIV

, by David Duran

Over the years, I’ve realized how precariously my health is balanced on the access I have to affordable health care. Read More

Ten lessons from the first year of living with HIV

Ten lessons from the first year of living with HIV

, by Emily Land

Nick Domitrovich celebrated and honored his one-year anniversary of testing positive for HIV by sharing what he’s learned from his diagnosis with the world. Read More

BREAKING NEWS: California cancels contract with ADAP administrator; HIV advocates hopeful for a better system

BREAKING NEWS: California cancels contract with ADAP administrator; HIV advocates hopeful for a better system

, by Emily Land

HIV advocates are hopeful that the change will fix the ongoing problems ADAP has experienced, and improve the experience for ADAP clients. Read More