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  • New HIV drug appears promising
    New HIV drug appears promising
    On September 24, Gilead Sciences, Inc. today announced the results of two clinical trials that evaluated an investigational once-daily oral medication containing tenofovir alafenamide for the treatment of HIV infections. The drug was found to...
  • Bill And Melinda Gates Give Commencement Address At Stanford University
    Gates Foundation awards $25 million for HIV research
    The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation awards $25 million for HIV research. Oregon Health & Science University HIV researcher, Dr. Louis J. Picker and his team of scientists will receive the funds to perform additional research on developing...
  • Thomas Guerra charged: Shocking HIV spread to dozens goes on, victims speak out
    Thomas Guerra charged: Shocking HIV spread to dozens goes on, victims speak out
    Thomas Guerra was charged with knowingly spreading HIV to dozens of unsuspecting partners, but despite the charges, Thomas Guerra is still active in the dating scene by using the dating app Grindr. One of Guerra’s victims, his ex-boyfriend,...
  • Thomas Guerra charged: Sexual sociopath charged, infected dozens with HIV?
    Thomas Guerra charged: Sexual sociopath charged, infected dozens with HIV?
    Thomas Guerra, a gay California man who is HIV positive, has been charged by the San Diego City Attorney's Office with one count of willful exposure. Guerra willfully engaged in sex with another man without informing his partner he was...
  • Man charged with knowingly transmitting HIV to ex, possibly 24 others
    Thomas Guerra charged in deliberate spreading of HIV to ex: 24 victims in all?
    A 29-year-old Fresno man is accused of knowingly exposing 24 other men to HIV. Thomas Guerra is charged with exposing his ex-boyfriend to the disease as the boyfriend is now testing positive, according to the Gawker on Aug. 29.The unnamed ex...
  • Landscaper Thomas Guerra has been charged after infecting dozens of men with HIV
    Thomas Guerra charged for exposing ex-boyfriend to HIV, dozens more men exposed
    Thomas Guerra was charged for knowingly exposing an ex-boyfriend to (human immunodeficiency virus) HIV. The San Diego City Attorney's Office charged the handsome 29-year-old landscape architect with a misdemeanor after his former live-in lover...
  • Living with HIV in LA
    Blacks and HIV
    There are more than 1.7 million people living with HIV here in the United States. About 18% are unaware of they’re even infected.Los Angeles County is roughly about 4,084 square miles, 88 incorporated cities and over 10 million residents...
  • Ebola Workers wearing protective gear in Sierra Leone
    Is Ebola spiraling out of control?
    A recent ABC report posted online on August 18, 2014 is detailing the latest events involving therecent outbreak of Ebola in West Africa. Eerily, there seems to be some rather deadly parallels between this recent health crisis and the early days...
  • Condoms soon to be coated with VivaGel, a substance that kills 99.9% of all STDs
    Safer sex: Condoms that protect against and also kill STDs
    The condom could very well become an even more valuable tool in the practice of safe and even safer sex. A report released July 23 stated that an Australian biotech firm (Starpharma) created and received the go ahead from regulators to produce a...
  • HIV Screening Test
    Get The Facts About HIV Screening Tests
    HIV is also known as the human immunodeficiency virus. It is the virus that can cause AIDS. There are screening tests that can determine if one has been exposed to this virus. There are also several facts that one should know about these tests...
  • A filmmaker staged the National Gay Blood Drive to urge the FDA to drop the ban
    National Gay Blood Drive urges the FDA to drop the ban on gay/bisexual donation
    According to the LGBTQ Nation on July 11, there’s a gay blood drive happening across the country today in more than 60 U.S. cities. The drive, with donations by allies, is to call attention to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s...
  • HIV Baby
    HIV found in baby: Baby believed cured of HIV found to still be carrying virus
    In a blow to what wasbelieved to be a huge step in the battle against HIV, a baby thought cured of the virus – and dubbed “Miracle Baby” because of it – was found to still have detectable levels of the HIV inside of her....
  • 2014 Annual Conference ADAP Advocacy Association
    Register Now for the Annual ADAP Advocacy Association Conference
    Set the date. Mark your calendars. Register now for the 2014 Annual ADAP Advocacy Association Conference right here in Washington, DC. This conference is open to all HIV stakeholders who are interested in learning more about the future of AIDS...
  • HIV
    Herpes virus drives HIV infection
    The threat from HIV remains serious. In New York researchers have found herpes virus infection drives HIV infection among non-injecting drug users reports New York University on June 27, 2014. This finding raises public health concerns about the...
  • Friday is National HIV Testing Day
    Friday is National HIV Testing Day
    Friday June 27th, is National HIV Testing Day.The Florida Department of Health is urging all Floridians between the ages of 13 and 64 to be tested for HIV, the virus that causes the disease known as AIDS. Last year, of the over 10,000 people who...