Decades of Old Research Leads to Possible HIV Vaccine For Kids
September 21 2014 1:09 PM ET

Decades of Old Research Leads to Possible HIV Vaccine For Kids

Jorge Rodriguez-Jimenez

Researchers at Duke University have made a breakthrough with pediatric HIV vaccination after finding overlooked data in previous trials.

Erasure is Back With a New Album and a Still Sexy Gay Rock Star
September 21 2014 11:07 AM ET

Erasure is Back With a New Album and a Still Sexy Gay Rock Star

Diane Anderson-Minshall

Their music was the voice of an LGBT generation, now the band has their 16th album, new loves, and a world tour. Andy Bell, the gay member of the two-man band, talks about music, life, and dating drama.

Op-ed: What Aging With HIV Can Look Like
September 17 2014 6:00 AM ET

Op-ed: What Aging With HIV Can Look Like

Carl Sciortino and Lisa Krinksy LICSW

Soon half of all people with HIV in America will be over the age of 50.

Is 'Undetectable' the New Safe Sex?
September 15 2014 11:41 AM ET

Is 'Undetectable' the New Safe Sex?

Op-ed: When One Activist Movement Knocks Out Another
September 09 2014 5:00 AM ET

Op-ed: When One Activist Movement Knocks Out Another

Tyler Curry

HIV is resurging among young gay and bisexual men. Here's why we are all to blame.

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