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Visiting Pulse

Visiting Pulse

I spent the anniversary of the largest mass killing in U.S. history in the same space the tragedy took place.

By: Jayce Baron

Visiting Pulse

By: Jayce Baron
June 20th
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June 20th
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Visiting Pulse

ViiV Healthcare Develops Two-Drug HIV Pill, Awaits FDA Approval

ViiV Healthcare Develops Two-Drug HIV Pill, Awaits FDA Approval

Standard HIV treatment has consisted of a three-drug antiretroviral therapy for over two decades.

By: Grant Schleifer

ViiV Healthcare Develops Two-Drug HIV Pill, Awaits FDA Approval

By: Grant Schleifer
June 8th
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June 8th
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ViiV Healthcare Develops Two-Drug HIV Pill, Awaits FDA Approval

Younger HIV-Positive Adults More Likely To Seek Health Information, Study

Younger HIV-Positive Adults More Likely To Seek Health Information, Study

A recent study investigated a variety of personal characteristics to determine which factors are most strongly associated with information seeking among HIV-positive adults.

By: Grant Schleifer

Younger HIV-Positive Adults More Likely To Seek Health Information, Study

By: Grant Schleifer
June 6th
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June 6th
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Younger HIV-Positive Adults More Likely To Seek Health Information, Study

Aimar Has Studied The Impact HIV Has On Dancing: “Touching One Another Is Still a Necessary And Radical Action.”

Aimar Has Studied The Impact HIV Has On Dancing: “Touching One Another Is Still a Necessary And Radical Action.”

HIV has brought the awareness that all bodies are inevitably connected, that we are a worldwide chain of touching bodies.

By: Miguel Caballero

Aimar Has Studied The Impact HIV Has On Dancing: “Touching One Another Is Still a Necessary And Radical Action.”

By: Miguel Caballero
June 1st
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June 1st
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Aimar Has Studied The Impact HIV Has On Dancing: “Touching One Another Is Still a Necessary And Radical Action.”

Study: Willingness Of Gay & Bi Men To Use At-Home HIV Tests

Study: Willingness Of Gay & Bi Men To Use At-Home HIV Tests

Survey respondents reported their likelihood of distributing both 20-minute oral fluid tests and 15-minute finger-stick blood tests if both were provided free of charge.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study: Willingness Of Gay & Bi Men To Use At-Home HIV Tests

By: Grant Schleifer
May 30th
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May 30th
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Study: Willingness Of Gay & Bi Men To Use At-Home HIV Tests

Lee Daniels, Suicide, Bug Chasing and Survival

Lee Daniels, Suicide, Bug Chasing and Survival

Jayce Baron explores Lee Daniels' recent article discussing HIV, his struggles with suicide, HIV "bug chasers," and survival.

By: Jayce Baron

Lee Daniels, Suicide, Bug Chasing and Survival

By: Jayce Baron
May 12th
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May 12th
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Lee Daniels, Suicide, Bug Chasing and Survival

Study: Effects of HIV News Stories on Risk Behavior

Study: Effects of HIV News Stories on Risk Behavior

Biomedical advances in HIV prevention, such as PrEP, are part of a global effort to end the AIDS epidemic. Talk of “cures” and “breakthroughs” makes for exciting news stories, but new research suggests that overly optimistic news reporting on experimental studies in HIV prevention may affect individuals’ risk behaviors in potentially damaging ways. In a recent study , HIV prevention researchers analyzed the effects of “hypothetical” news stories on the HIV risk perception and predicted risk behavior of 242 sexually active men who have sex with men (MSM). These news stories reported fabricated biomedical breakthroughs in HIV. For example, one such article claimed “New HIV Vaccine Effective in Humans”
By: Grant Schleifer

Study: Effects of HIV News Stories on Risk Behavior

By: Grant Schleifer
May 8th
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May 8th
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Study: Effects of HIV News Stories on Risk Behavior

Two Leaders in HIV Community Become HIV League Scholars

Two Leaders in HIV Community Become HIV League Scholars

Nicole Begay and Kristefer Stojanovski become the first two HIV League Scholars and will each receive $7,000 scholarship awards.

By: HIV Equal

Two Leaders in HIV Community Become HIV League Scholars

By: HIV Equal
May 5th
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May 5th
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Two Leaders in HIV Community Become HIV League Scholars

Opinion: Proposed Budget Cuts Target HIV In America and Abroad

Opinion: Proposed Budget Cuts Target HIV In America and Abroad

The President’s proposed budget has been announced, actualizing the greatest fear among those working in the field of HIV prevention in America and abroad.

By: George M. Johnson

Opinion: Proposed Budget Cuts Target HIV In America and Abroad

By: George M. Johnson
April 25th
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April 25th
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Opinion: Proposed Budget Cuts Target HIV In America and Abroad

Philadelphia Protests Should Reignite HIV Activism

Philadelphia Protests Should Reignite HIV Activism

The scandal of former Philadelphia Mazzoni Center medical director sparked a walkout of 60 employees, HIV medication strike by one employee.

By: Francisco Luis White

Philadelphia Protests Should Reignite HIV Activism

By: Francisco Luis White
April 24th
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April 24th
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Philadelphia Protests Should Reignite HIV Activism

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