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Matthew Zavala Amazing HIV+ Gay Men: Matthew Zavala Like a lot of other 25-year-old gay Latino guys, Matthew Zavala loves video games and, since he... 29 August
Guy Anthony holds sign reading 'Will you still love me?' Mental health and HIV: What you should know As someone who has been living with HIV since 2007 and was recently diagnosed as having bi-polar... 29 August
Man in suit Researchers Receive $3.4 million to Study Experimental Drug Combination in HIV Researchers at the University of Rochester Medical Center and University of Nebraska Medical Center... 29 August
Man in scuba diving gear 'A Day With HIV 2014' Aims To Break Down HIV Stigma HIV stigma needs to be a thing of the past, and there's an awesome way you can help change public... 28 August
Matt Sharp, AIDS activist Scientists, activists gather for Hutch conference Matt Sharp is no scientist. But when he joins researchers from around the country tomorrow for a... 27 August
Mosaic with heart in centre From camp to gay to queer: David McDiarmid and HIV/AIDS art At the end of July, Melbourne hosted the 20th International AIDS Conference. A huge red AIDS 2014... 27 August
Red ribbon The stigma and complexity of HIV Since the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) epidemic was first identified in the early 1980s,... 27 August
Two women Elder and Youth Gathering to teach about HIV and AIDS With HIV and AIDS rates in Prince Albert higher than the provincial average, the Prince Albert... 27 August
Two men Couples HIV Testing and Counselling -- A Novel Approach to Testing An estimated 25% of people living with HIV in Canada do not know they have HIV. Effective new ways... 25 August
BC Civil Liberties Association logo DEATH WITH DIGNITY: Disability and Rights Groups File Arguments in Death With Dignity Supreme Court Case Arguing Ban on Assisted Dying Is Unconstitutional TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Aug. 25, 2014) - Interveners who support the right to assisted... 25 August
Man holding red ribbon Red Ribbon Road highlights ‘epidemic’ Saskatchewan HIV rates SASKATOON – 20th Street West was covered with red ribbons Sunday, symbolizing support for those... 25 August
Syphilis rates continue to rise in Vancouver Public health officials are renewing their call for men who have sex with men to get tested for... 22 August
Red ribbon AIDS advocate: ‘We are beginning to lose control of the epidemic’ In 1986, with much of the country still trying its best to ignore the growing AIDS epidemic, a... 22 August
Red ribbon Exercise and the brain Researchers at the University of California at San Diego (UCSD) surveyed more than 300 HIV-positive... 22 August
Aerial view of Dawson Creek Living through the boom It was supposed to focus on LNG development and its effect on life in the Northeast. But a big town... 22 August
Red ribbon 12 Ways to Give HIV Stigma a Well-Deserved Side Eye Words are powerful little things. If you put them together in the wrong way, they can be extremely... 21 August
Red ribbon How the advent of AIDS advanced gay rights In the early 1980s, a new disease ravaged the gay community. It had many names: gay pneumonia, gay... 21 August
Masked man Fake Cures For AIDS Have A Long And Dreadful History Electromagnetism can detect AIDS. The "Complete Cure Device" can wipe out the virus. The Egyptian... 21 August
Dr. Abu Hamour HIV risk rising among seniors "Free Condoms" says the sign on a basket at the front counter of the Prince George Council of... 21 August
Red ribbon HIV and the brain—then and now In the late 1970s doctors in North America and Western Europe began to see cases of young adults (... 21 August
Illustration of HIV integration on a cellular level Sites of HIV integration provide clues to viral persistence One of the big questions in HIV research has to do with viral persistence. How does the virus... 20 August
Mariela Castro A 'no' vote breaks tradition in usually unanimous Cuban parliament - and it's cast by a Castro HAVANA - Yet another revolutionary tradition has been broken in Cuba: A lawmaker voted "no" in... 20 August
Red ribbon Canadian researchers point to CMV as a problem for the immune system The widespread availability of potent anti-HIV combination therapy (commonly called ART or HAART)... 20 August
Red ribbon Drug Combination Controls HIV in Mice by Targeting Hidden Virus Antiretroviral therapies work well to keep HIV infection at bay. As soon as the drugs are... 19 August
Doctors standing by hospital bed Scientists detail urgent research agenda to better understand, address chronic disease toll Health care systems that keep HIV patients from dying early in low- and middle-income nations need... 19 August