U.S. judge blocks Trump rule on LGBT health discrimination
At the heart of the debate is whether discrimination in healthcare "on the basis of sex" covers gender identity or sex stereotyping
Coronavirus risks wiping years of health gains in Americas -WHO director
The COVID-19 pandemic is reducing frontline care for infectious diseases like HIV
In a first, U.S. hospital apologizes to intersex surgical patients
A hospital in Chicago said its approach to intersex surgery "was harmful and wrong" and offered an apology to "intersex individuals who were harmed by the treatment"
OPINION: I’m HIV+, but can I still take out life insurance?
HIV status is protected in Britain by the Equality Act, so insurers should be non-discriminatory
Stigma around HIV still rampant in U.S., study finds
A majority of Americans feel uninformed about HIV
Survey finds 40% of U.S. LGBTQ youth considered suicide in past year
The study shows many LGBTQ youth have difficulty accessing mental healthcare
WHO official cites AIDS as guide to addressing coronavirus pandemic
Dr. Michael Ryan of WHO said world leaders "need to take a leaf out of the HIV/AIDS activist book"
GSK says long-acting HIV prevention drug 66% more effective than Truvada
The proportion of people who contracted HIV was 0.41% with GSK's injection, compared with 1.22% with Gilead’s PrEP pills Truvada
HIV/AIDS in numbers as remission case raises hopes of a cure
Here are the facts about HIV/AIDS as a Brazilian man becomes the first person with HIV to go into long-term remission without a stem-cell transplant
Case of HIV patient in remission offers hope to millions living with virus
Activists say an eventual cure for the virus would help fight the stigma experienced by almost 40 million HIV-positive people worldwide