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Watch: The Need for an HIV Vaccine

Watch: The Need for an HIV Vaccine

Jan 25
Harvard Medical School's Bruce Walker talks about progress toward a vaccine and the importance of collaboration in coming up with strategies to fight HIV around the world.

Resources on HIV and Aging

Resources on HIV and Aging

Jan 11
Federal and community partners have released some resources related to HIV and aging.

Mutual of Omaha Changes PrEP Policy for Insurance Applicants

Mutual of Omaha Changes PrEP Policy for Insurance Applicants

Jan 10
One of the country's largest insurance providers has agreed to stop denying all forms of insurance, including life and long-term care insurance, to Massachusetts residents using the HIV prevention medication Truvada.

Watch: Why Can't Gay Men Donate Blood?

Watch: Why Can't Gay Men Donate Blood?

Jan 7
A look into the deferral that bans sexually active gay men from donating blood in the U.S.

Medicare Drug Plan's 'Protected Classes' Could Limit HIV Drug Coverage

Medicare Drug Plan's 'Protected Classes' Could Limit HIV Drug Coverage

Jan 2
The American Academy of HIV Medicine came out in strong opposition to portions of a proposed rule that would change the way HIV drugs are covered under the Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit.

In Possible Step Toward AIDS Cure, Researchers ID, Destroy Infected HIV 'Reservoir' Cells

In Possible Step Toward AIDS Cure, Researchers ID, Destroy Infected HIV 'Reservoir' Cells

By Kilian Melloy | Dec 26
In a new paper, researchers say they have identified how to destroy cells that act as a "reservoir" for HIV. Their work could one day pave the way to a cure for AIDS.

More than 3,000 Patients Possibly Exposed to HIV, Hepatitis

More than 3,000 Patients Possibly Exposed to HIV, Hepatitis

Dec 26
The New Jersey Department of Health says more than 3,000 patients at a surgery center may have been exposed to HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C.

Trump Administration Cuts HIV Research Funding

Trump Administration Cuts HIV Research Funding

Dec 21
The National Institute of Health will no longer financially support a research lab in California working to move us closer to an HIV cure or vaccine.

UNAIDS Head to Quit Post Early Following Scathing Report

UNAIDS Head to Quit Post Early Following Scathing Report

By Jamey Keaten | Dec 13
The head of the U.N. agency focusing on AIDS says he'll leave his post in June, an early departure announced a week after independent experts looking into sexual harassment at UNAIDS blasted its "defective leadership."

States Innovate to Expand PrEP Availability and Uptake

States Innovate to Expand PrEP Availability and Uptake

Dec 13
Recent analyses clearly illustrate the need for more and innovative approaches to improve awareness, access, and adherence to this powerful HIV prevention tool. Several states have already undertaken such efforts.

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