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Gay and Bi Male Teens No More Likely Than Other Males to Engage in Several Sexual Risk Behaviors; But Still at Substantially Higher Risk of HIV Infection

By EDGE | Jul 27
New CDC data suggest that there are no significant differences in several HIV-related risk behaviors among U.S. male students in ninth through 12th grades, but gay or bisexual males are still at a higher risk for HIV.

AHF Ad Campaign Targets Gilead's Refusal to Release Less-Toxic Tenofovir

By EDGE | Jul 26
Following a blistering Los Angeles Times article documenting Gilead's patent manipulation on its drugs containing tenofovir, AHF rolled out a new ad campaign in LGBT outlets calling for closer scrutiny of Gilead.

amfAR and RxArt Partner Up for Kiehl's 7th Annual LifeRide

By EDGE | Jul 26
On August 3rd in New York City, Kiehl's Since 1851 kicks off its seventh annual Kiehl's LifeRide for amfAR.

Over 3,000 Expected to Attend Viva La Glam, GMHC's 26th Annual Latex Ball

By EDGE | Jul 25
On Saturday, July 30, over 3,000 people will head to NYC's Terminal Five for the 26th Annual Latex Ball, produced by Gay Men's Health Crisis.

Act Up Stages Tug of War Outside Clinton Campaign Headquarters

By EDGE | Jul 25
The NYC and Philly chapters of ACT Up teamed up with allies UAEM (Universities Allied for Essential Medicines) to stage a tug-of-war with pharma bro's outside Hillary Clinton's Philadelphia campaign headquarters.

International AIDS Conference Looks at Advances and Barriers

By Liz Highleyman | Jul 24
While remarkable gains have been made in preventing and treating HIV over the past 16 years, this progress could be reversed without adequate funding and respect for the human rights of the people most at risk.

IAS and Partners Present Awards for Outstanding Research

By EDGE | Jul 23
The 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016), concluded on July 22 with the awarding of five prestigious scientific awards recognizing exceptional research presented at the conference.

'Treatment for All: Our Lives, Our Stories' Documentary Released at Durban

By EDGE | Jul 22
AIDS 2106 saw the debut of the "Treatment For All: Our Lives, Our Stories," a documentary film that captures the deeply personal narratives of three African protagonists as they explore the impact of HIV on their lives.

Experimental HIV Treatment Models Highlight Successes and Pinpoint Obstacles to Expanding Care in African Countries

By EDGE | Jul 22
Researchers in developing countries with high burdens of HIV infection are developing promising new strategies to advance towards global HIV treatment targets, the 21st International AIDS Conference in Durban South Africa has heard.

AIDS 2016 Focus on Legal Barriers to HIV Services For At-Risk Groups

By EDGE | Jul 21
At the 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016) in Durban, researchers and community representatives discussed the impact of discriminatory laws and policies on HIV prevention.

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