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Guest Opinion: Ernest Hopkins on HIV Among Young Black Gay and Bi Men

Guest Opinion: Ernest Hopkins on HIV Among Young Black Gay and Bi Men

August 2, 2012, by

Young gay and bi black men are getting HIV at three times the rate of their white counterparts. Ernest Hopkins, director of legislative affairs at San Francisco AIDS Foundation, weighs in on how to turn this trend around. Read More

Managing Peripheral Neuropathy

Managing Peripheral Neuropathy

August 1, 2012, by

Peripheral neuropathy, a common neurological condition among people with HIV, causes pain, tingling, or numbness in the feet and lower legs. Learn how to avoid or manage this painful condition. Read More

AIDS 2012 Recap: Quick HIV Treatment Research Review

AIDS 2012 Recap: Quick HIV Treatment Research Review

July 31, 2012, by

Ben Young, MD, of TheBodyPro.com gives a quick run-down on treatment research presented at AIDS 2012, including updates on three experimental and three approved HIV drugs. Read More

AIDS 2012 Recap: Hormonal Contraceptives and HIV Risk

AIDS 2012 Recap: Hormonal Contraceptives and HIV Risk

July 30, 2012, by

Women around the world use hormonal contraceptives, including “the pill” and injectable forms. New analyses looking at HIV risk with hormonal contraceptives have mixed results. Read More

AIDS 2012:

AIDS 2012: “A Look Back” Video

July 27, 2012, by

Get an inside perspective on key conference developments with this video from the Black AIDS Institute and the Kaiser Family Foundation. Read More