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.
Rep. Jerrold Nadler shares his optimism about the prospects for nationwide marriage equality and his strategies for helping people with 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.
Each year people all over the globe set aside time to observe World AIDS Day.
As AIDS enters its fourth decade, The Advocate revisits the people who have fought the disease since day one.
An interview with Kengi Carr, an advocate for the homeless.
Ten years ago HIV Plus first interviewed then-teenager Hydeia Broadbent in our “long-term survivors” package. For the 10th observance of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, we decided to catch up with her again.
A Q&A with Mark Flores, moderator of the HIV group on Connexion.org.
A new generation is carving out a niche on the Net so that HIVers can find a safe, casual atmosphere to connect, get informed, and evolve with their diagnosis at their own pace.
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