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Researchers May Have Found a Way To 'Kick And Kill' HIV

Researchers May Have Found a Way To 'Kick And Kill' HIV

Sep 22
Researchers from the UCLA Center for AIDS Research, Stanford University and the NIH may have developed a synthetic molecule that both "kicks" and "kills" HIV hidden in the latent reservoir.

Former Missouri College Wrestler Sentenced for HIV Exposure

Former Missouri College Wrestler Sentenced for HIV Exposure

Sep 22
A former suburban St. Louis college wrestler has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for infecting another man with HIV and endangering four other sexual partners.

US Senate Contender has History of Provocative Comments

US Senate Contender has History of Provocative Comments

By Kim Chandler | Sep 22
Roy Moore, a firebrand jurist who is close to snagging the state's Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in Alabama, once called homosexuality an "inherent evil" and referred to ethnic groups as "reds" and "yellows" in a speech.

Hundreds Gather at National AIDS Memorial to Dedicate Newly-Built Hemophilia Memorial

Hundreds Gather at National AIDS Memorial to Dedicate Newly-Built Hemophilia Memorial

Sep 18
Hundreds came together at the National AIDS Memorial to dedicate the Hemophilia Memorial Circle, to honor those in the hemophilia community lost to AIDS.

September 18 is National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day

September 18 is National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day

Sep 18
Each year on September 18, National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day is observed to call attention to the challenges that older Americans face in terms of HIV prevention, testing, care, and treatment.

Dancers Responding to AIDS Hold Hudson Valley Dance Festival in Catskills

Dancers Responding to AIDS Hold Hudson Valley Dance Festival in Catskills

Sep 18
Head to the Catskills, New York, over Columbus Day weekend when Dancers Responding to AIDS, a program of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, is hosting its fifth annual Hudson Valley Dance Festival at the Historic Catskill Point.

GMHC To Honor Actor and Activist Kathy Najimy

GMHC To Honor Actor and Activist Kathy Najimy

Sep 15
On Monday, September 18, Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC) will honor multitalented performer Kathy Najimy with the 2017 Howard Ashman Award for her contributions to the LGBT community and the fight against HIV/AIDS.

The Red Party Celebrates Culmination of Cycle for the Cause AIDS Ride

The Red Party Celebrates Culmination of Cycle for the Cause AIDS Ride

Sep 15
The annual Cycle for the Cause AIDS charity bike ride from Boston to New York City kicks off on September 14 in Boston. Cyclist will cover 275 miles before rolling into New York City on September 17 for The Red Party.

Watch: Aaron Carter Gets HIV Test on Daytime Talkshow

Watch: Aaron Carter Gets HIV Test on Daytime Talkshow

Sep 14
In the Thursday episode of the daytime talkshow "The Doctors," pop singer Aaron Carter reveals his health concerns that he may be HIV-positive and undergoes a test to find out his results on TV.

Senate Maintains Funding For Domestic HIV and Hepatitis Programs

Senate Maintains Funding For Domestic HIV and Hepatitis Programs

Sep 12
Last week, the Senate Appropriations Committee approved the Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education Appropriations Fiscal Year 2018 funding bill that maintains funding for domestic HIV and hepatitis programs.

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