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PHOTOS: World AIDS Day 2014
December 02 2014 4:00 AM ET

PHOTOS: World AIDS Day 2014

Advocate.com Editors

On December 1, 2014, the world mourns, unites, and creates new hope for the end of AIDS.

WATCH: AIDS-Free Generation Within Reach, Says Obama
December 01 2014 5:09 PM ET

WATCH: AIDS-Free Generation Within Reach, Says Obama

Trudy Ring

But for this to be realized, more work must be done, the president said today.

Op-ed: On World AIDS Day, Embracing Knowledge and Compassion
December 01 2014 11:39 AM ET

Op-ed: On World AIDS Day, Embracing Knowledge and Compassion

David Furnish

One young gay couple inspires David Furnish on World AIDS Day.

Rihanna: 'Everybody Loves Elizabeth Taylor!'
December 01 2014 6:00 AM ET

Rihanna: 'Everybody Loves Elizabeth Taylor!'

Daniel Reynolds

The "Diamonds" singer spoke to The Advocate about her role model in HIV activism and her support of a new film, It's Not Over, that will educate young people about the virus.

PHOTOS: World AIDS Day
December 01 2014 5:00 AM ET

PHOTOS: World AIDS Day

Advocate.com Editors

On World AIDS Day 2014, we look back at inspiring images from last year.

30 Amazing HIV-Positive Gay Men
December 01 2014 4:55 AM ET

30 Amazing HIV-Positive Gay Men

Advocate.com Editors

Here are 30 great guys who HIV Plus magazine named to its annual list of men who are reinventing what it means to be HIV-positive.

Newly Diagnosed With HIV? Here's What's Next
December 01 2014 4:25 AM ET

Newly Diagnosed With HIV? Here's What's Next

Tyler Curry

Finding out you're HIV-positive might be scary, but with the proper knowledge, it doesn't have to be.

The 19 Best Advocate Op-eds on HIV in 2014
December 01 2014 4:22 AM ET

The 19 Best Advocate Op-eds on HIV in 2014

Michelle Garcia

Slut-shaming, forced jailing, Vladimir Putin, and PrEP are just a few of the topics our op-eds hit this year when it comes to HIV.

The HIV Year in Review
December 01 2014 4:00 AM ET

The HIV Year in Review

Diane Anderson-Minshall

Potential cures were touted in soy sauce and tobacco, AIDS researchers died in a plane crash, and a seventh grader uncovered a mystery that has been killing people with AIDS in California for two decades.

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