News :: AIDS
A startling new report finds that ten percent of men using the gay hookup app Grindr have never been tested for HIV and that one-third of these men tell other users that they are not infected with the deadly disease.
Russian scientists say that they have identified three types of mushroom found in that region that can be developed into antiviral medicines, including HIV.
The Iowa Court of Appeals is upholding the conviction of an Iowa man who didn’t tell a sexual partner he was HIV-positive.
HIV policy advocates are harnessing the power of cinema to dramatize the consequences of laws that criminalize HIV transmission as part of ongoing efforts across North America to stop the prosecution of people living with HIV for non-disclosure.
It’s 2013’s National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) wants you to stop by its place for an important conversation.
A Brooklyn woman is suing Getty Images for selling her photograph for use in an ad informing HIV positive people of their legal rights.
An adult film trade group will lift its second production moratorium of the past month, saying that an HIV scare has passed.
The U.S. gay-rights movement has achieved many victories in recent years; on marriage, military service and other fronts. Yet one vestige of an earlier, more wary era remains firmly in place: the 30-year-old nationwide ban on blood donations by gay men.
In a recent clinical trial, pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) did not cause men who have sex with men (MSM) to have riskier sex, but rather seems to have actually increased their safer sex protocols.
Last week, SFGN told you that a new vaccine developed by Canadian researchers to prevent HIV has passed the first phase of human testing. Dr. Chil-Yong Kang, held an AMA (Ask Me Anything) on Reddit.com -- here it is.