Tinder is making headlines once again, and this time it's over a campaign by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, which has put up several billboards and bus bench ads in Los Angeles, according to The Star.Read Full Story
The eighth international HIV/AIDs conference wrapped up in Vancouver this week, with good news for medicine and public health. Thirty years ago, AIDS was essentially considered a death sentence, but major advancements over the past few decades have made it possible for people to not only live with the disease but to thrive.Read Full Story
The Red Pump Project is a national nonprofit organization that raises awareness about the impact of HIV/AIDS on women and girls. Founded by Luvvie Ajayi(Experts Among Us Advisory Board Member) and Karyn Brianne Lee, the organization uses the red pump as a symbol of empowerment to represent the strength and courage of those affected and infected by HIV/AIDS.Read Full Story
Scientists were baffled when the 22-year-old female with no history of transmission risk factors was diagnosed with advanced HIV disease. Before you drop your cuticle sticks and nail clippers, let's take a closer look at the facts about the woman who may have contracted HIV from a manicure.Read Full Story
Need a good, long cry? Check out The Normal Heart. HBO is breaking to television the heartbreaking and gut wretching story of HIV-AIDs' first big stop in America, as told by Larry Kramer's groundbreaking and Tony Award-winning play.Read Full Story
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