Grammy-winner Patti Austin, who sang one of the earliest AIDS anthems, talked to us before last week's World AIDS Day about black women, HIV, and the sex drive of cougars.
On December 1, 2011, the world focused on the fight against AIDS and HIV.
This was a film that needed to be made, and it needed to be made by someone who’d lived through it.
The president set a new worldwide target of securing treatment for 6 million people infected with HIV by the end
of 2013 and urged other countries to honor their funding pledges in the global fight.
As the world marks 30 years of HIV devastating lives, homes, and nations, the CEO of amfAR looks to make sure the virus doesn't reach age 40.
Here’s a look at some of the year’s bigger medical breakthroughs that could leave you feeling even better in 2012 and beyond.
Pageant winner Michelle Anderson is HIV-positive and has a message for women.
In honor of World AIDS Day on December 1, we look at six individuals, from activists to scientists, working to end HIV in their own singular way.
Representing iconic gay-heavy neighborhoods of Brooklyn and Manhattan, Congressman Jerrold Nadler was an early proponent of gay rights and fighting HIV.
The world paused to take a moment in celebration for strides made and in memory of lives lost in 2010.
From New York to Los Angeles, here's a sampling of the dozens of events happening tomorrow in honor of World AIDS Day.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will discuss the future of the
AIDS epidemic in a speech on Tuesday at the National Institute of
One year ago today Advocate columnist Tyler Helms told the world that he's HIV-positive. That's when the real conversations began.
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