HIV in the News

Published on: August 6, 2019
Two HIV lawsuits challenging Pentagon policy will go to trial next month. A third is on its way.
Published on: August 5, 2019
This $14 million research project aims to find out. Here’s why it’s based in Miami.
Published on: August 2, 2019
The Understanding the HIV Care Continuum fact sheet explains the various approaches and data used to develop the continuum and how it is used to improve outcomes for people with HIV in the United States. It also helps guide the nation's response to HIV.
Published on: August 2, 2019
The Selected National HIV Prevention and Care Outcomes fact sheet describes select indicators that are used to monitor progress toward reaching U.S. national goals outlined in the National HIV/AIDS Strategy, 2020 (NHAS 2020).
Published on: August 2, 2019
A new law ends the criminalization of condom possession and offers sex workers other protections.
Published on: August 1, 2019
Approximately 10% of HIV-positive PWID engaged in distributive injection equipment sharing; nonsterile syringe acquisition and unsafe disposal methods were common. HIV-positive PWID were also more likely to have engaged in high-risk sexual behaviors. Eighty percent did not receive treatment for substance use.
Published on: August 1, 2019
In Bukoba, Tanzania, scale-up of new testing, linkage to care, and retention on antiretroviral therapy interventions over 2.5 years helped increase VLS among HIV-positive persons approximately twofold overall (from 28.6% to 64.8%) and threefold among men (20.5% to 59.1%) and adults aged 18-29 years (15.6% to 56.7%).
Published on: August 1, 2019
Check out these party pics from Kiehl’s 10th annual LifeRide for amfAR, the Foundation for AIDS Research.
Published on: July 31, 2019
CDC was funded by SMAIF to accelerate the development and dissemination of communication messages, materials, and trainings promoting the benefits of HIV treatment adherence and viral suppression, placing particular emphasis on the knowledge that people with HIV (PWH) who take HIV medicine as prescribed and achieve and maintain an undetectable viral load have effectively no risk of transmitting HI