As AIDS enters its fourth decade, The Advocate revisits some of the people who have fought the disease since day one.
A new website shines a light on young, fashionable urbanites who just happen to have HIV.
It’s the perfect time to make some positive changes in your life—and we’re not just talking about organizing your closet.
When CCH Pounder isn’t playing strong women on TV (Warehouse 13) and in the movies (Avatar, Bagdad Café), the gracious actress is raising money and awareness for AIDS charities.
Advocate contributor Tyler Helms wonders what we sacrifice by hiding life’s unfortunate moments in an attempt to control what truly defines us.
Research now shows why there are some people who have lived with HIV for years without ever showing symptoms.
A lobbyist discusses the reauthorization process of PEPFAR, the largest commitment by a nation to combat a single disease, and how the new bill has expanded its focus and increased funds by up to $33 billion.
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