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Most States Still Criminalizing HIV

By David Crary and Brian Melley | Nov 25
Charlie Sheen's recent revelation that he's HIV-positive served as a reminder that his home state of California remains among a large group of states with HIV-specific criminal laws that activists consider outdated.

Elton John Foundation Commemorates World AIDS Day

By EDGE | Nov 25
The Elton John AIDS Foundation commemorates World AIDS Day 2015 by standing in solidarity with the estimated 34 million people living with HIV/AIDS.

Ask the Doc: Being Truly Thankful at Thanksgiving

By Howard L. Scheiner, MD/AAHIVS | Nov 25
In this installment of Ask the Doc, Dr. Howard Scheiner tackles some important issues around dealing with HIV around the holidays.

Trigg Labs Donates 250,000 Safe Sex Kits to ASOs

By EDGE | Nov 24
In honor of World AIDS Day, Trigg Labs is giving away 250,000 Safe Sex Kits to AIDS Service Organizations around the country.

'We Laid Our Bodies Down' Commemorates World AIDS Day

By EDGE | Nov 24
On Sunday, November 29, Skylight Theatre Company and Moon Mile Run Productions present "We Laid Our Bodies Down," for World Aids Day at Skylight Theatre.

Long-Term Survivors Honored in POZ 100 Special Issue

By EDGE | Nov 23
POZ magazine, the award-winning print and online brand for people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, announced the sixth annual POZ 100.

CDC Report Shows STDs Are Rising at an Alarming Rate

By EDGE | Nov 23
Reported cases of three nationally notifiable STDs -- chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis -- have increased for the first time since 2006, according to data published by the CDC in the 2014 STD Surveillance Report.

HIV/AIDS Year in Review

By Jeff Taylor | Nov 21
Here are some of the bigger headlines over this past year, showing definite progress in the treatment and eradication of HIV/AIDS.

Bimonthly Injections as Effective as Pills at Treating HIV

By John Riley | Nov 21
A recent medical study from GlaxoSmithKline and Johnson & Johnson found that a monthly or bimonthly injection was as effective in suppressing HIV as daily oral medication.

'Years Yet Yesterday' Exhibit Commemorates Larry Kramer's Call to Action

By Winnie McCroy | Nov 20
On Friday, November 20 from 7-9 p.m. in Chicago, artist Mark Addison Smith welcomes the community for the opening night reception of his art exhibition, "Years Yet Yesterday," at the Center on Halsted.

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