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HIV-Positive Women with CMV Likelier to Pass AIDS Virus to Infants

HIV-Positive Women with CMV Likelier to Pass AIDS Virus to Infants

Jun 22
HIV-positive women with cytomegalovirus in their urine at the time of labor and delivery are more than five times likelier than HIV-positive women without CMV to transmit HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, to their infants, according to a UCLA-led study.

amfAR Launches Online Video Series Focused on How a Cure Would Impact the Lives of People Living with HIV

amfAR Launches Online Video Series Focused on How a Cure Would Impact the Lives of People Living with HIV

Jun 22
In honor of LGBTQ Pride Month, amfAR announced their Epic Voices video series, a collection of candid experiences from ordinary people living with HIV or AIDS.

PEN America's 'Reading For Remembrance' To Highlight Literary Legacy Of AIDS

PEN America's 'Reading For Remembrance' To Highlight Literary Legacy Of AIDS

Jun 22
On June 22, PEN America will host a 'Reading for Remembrance' to spotlight the literary legacy of AIDS and its profound impact on future advocacy movements.

Watch: In Attempt to Educate Trump on AIDS, James Cordon Sends President 297 Copies of 'Philadelphia'

Watch: In Attempt to Educate Trump on AIDS, James Cordon Sends President 297 Copies of 'Philadelphia'

Jun 21
Following the mass resignation of six members of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA) earlier this week, "Late Late Show" host James Cordon sent President Donald Trump 297 copies of the movie "Philadelphia."

Federal Court Dismisses Whistleblower Claims Against AHF

Federal Court Dismisses Whistleblower Claims Against AHF

Jun 21
In a resounding victory for AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), a federal court in Florida has dismissed claims in a whistleblower lawsuit brought by three former AHF employees.

Amida Care and NYC Orgs Publish 'Sexual Health + Pleasure' Magazine for Pride

Amida Care and NYC Orgs Publish 'Sexual Health + Pleasure' Magazine for Pride

Jun 20
In honor of Pride Month 2017, Amida Care has published a special community publication called "Let's Start a Conversation: Sexual Health and Pleasure."

Gay Center Honors AIDS Journalists at Memorial Event

Gay Center Honors AIDS Journalists at Memorial Event

Jun 20
A commemoration of journalists who died of AIDS, and others who covered the epidemic, highlighted by a keynote speech from a journalist from The New York Times, will take place on Friday, June 23, at the NYC LGBT Center.

Research Uncovers Life-Saving Benefits In The Battle Against Viruses

Research Uncovers Life-Saving Benefits In The Battle Against Viruses

Jun 19
At-risk patients, such as those with HIV or transplant recipients, could benefit from potentially life-saving study carried out by a University of Surrey led group of international researchers.

At amfAR Capitol Hill Conference, Government and Health Leaders Urge Continued Investments in HIV/AIDS Programs To End Epidemic

At amfAR Capitol Hill Conference, Government and Health Leaders Urge Continued Investments in HIV/AIDS Programs To End Epidemic

Jun 19
Substanical cuts in U.S. HIV/AIDS programs would seriously jeopardize the significant progress made thus far in the fight against the epidemic, said experts at the amfAR Capitol Hill conference.

6 Advocates Resign from Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS: 'We're Outta Here'

6 Advocates Resign from Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS: 'We're Outta Here'

Jun 19
President Trump doesn't care about HIV/AIDS according to six influential health advocates, who, until last week, served on Presidential Advisory Council

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