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Man Awarded $18.4 Million in Lawsuit Over Canceled HIV Test

Man Awarded $18.4 Million in Lawsuit Over Canceled HIV Test

Jun 20
A federal jury has awarded $18.4 million in damages to a man who said in a lawsuit that two doctors failed to test him for HIV, which allowed the virus to progress to AIDS.

New Study Ties PrEP to Significant Drop in Condom Use

New Study Ties PrEP to Significant Drop in Condom Use

Jun 18
This latest PrEP study found that the percentage of men on PrEP who had sex with a casual partner without a condom rose from one percent to sixteen percent.

Walgreens to Offer Free HIV Testing on 6/27

Walgreens to Offer Free HIV Testing on 6/27

Jun 17
Walgreens and Greater Than AIDS will offer free HIV testing and information on National HIV Testing Day, June 27.

June Observerances Highlight HIV Impact on Men

June Observerances Highlight HIV Impact on Men

Jun 16
Two June observances call attention to the well-being of men in our nation.

New Study Ties PrEP to Drop in Condom Use

New Study Ties PrEP to Drop in Condom Use

Jun 15
A new study of gay and bisexual men taking PrEP or pre-exposure prophylaxis to prevent HIV acquisition published in the Lancet HIV Journal last week confirms long-held concerns of public health advocates affiliated with AIDS Healthcare Foundation.

Patients Being Tested for HIV After Nurse Reused Syringes

Patients Being Tested for HIV After Nurse Reused Syringes

Jun 13
A Cherokee Nation hospital in Oklahoma is testing more than 180 patients for HIV and hepatitis after allegations that a nurse reused syringes to administer medications.

Must Watch: Screen the Blood, Not the Sexuality

Must Watch: Screen the Blood, Not the Sexuality

Jun 12
To raise awareness about the unjustified blanket restrictions on gay and bisexual men donating blood, the Peter Tatchell Foundation has launched a campaign with the message "Screen the blood, not the sexuality."

PBS NewsHour Launches: 'The End of AIDS: Far From Over'

PBS NewsHour Launches: 'The End of AIDS: Far From Over'

Jun 11
PBS NewsHour, launches "The End of AIDS: Far from Over" - a five-part broadcast and digital series on the major challenges that remain in the global fight against the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

AHF Rolls Out Lifesaver Bus at LA Pride and Beyond

AHF Rolls Out Lifesaver Bus at LA Pride and Beyond

Jun 11
This year the AIDS Healthcare Foundation is hailing condoms as a "Lifesaver" in the Pride artwork for messaging, placards, posters and buses -- all the more timely given the unfortunate explosion of STD rates in California and nationwide.

New Vaccine Elicits Antibodies for HIV Strains in Animals

New Vaccine Elicits Antibodies for HIV Strains in Animals

Jun 7
An experimental vaccine regimen based on the structure of a vulnerable site on HIV elicited antibodies in mice, guinea pigs and monkeys that neutralize dozens of HIV strains from around the world.

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