The latest news on AIDS/ HIV
Two more patients undergo 'sterilizing cure,' advancing understanding of the process
The chair of the HIV Medicine Association walks us through the not-so-scary test.
The Supreme Court ruled that the government cannot force federally-funded groups to oppose prostitution.
Study found age was key to whether patients knew HIV status and were getting treatment
Study found 70 percent drop in new infections among addicts who adhered closely to tenofovir treatment
Research discovers decrease in dramatic breakthroughs from clinical trials
'Seam' in the virus's coating could lead to new therapies that HIV can't adapt to.
U.S. Preventive Services Task Force says effectiveness of newer treatments, especially if given early, prompted change
They're working on human trials designed to make it easier to attack AIDS-causing virus, according to published reports
A review of the large-scale study found an alarming, but 'non-statistically significant' result.