A male porn star recently tested positive for HIV, closing down all porn productions until the risk is controlled.
A team from Brigham and Women's Hospital in the United States have reported that two men have stopped taking antiretroviral drugs after bone marrow transplants appeared to have cleared HIV.
The World Health Organization has proposed a new set of guidelines that push for faster treatment administered to HIV positive patients with the goal of stoping the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
The American Medical Association voted to end the ban on gay men from donating blood.
Researchers found that the younger someone is, the less likely that person will know if he or she is infected with HIV.
Researchers found that when drug users took a daily AIDS drug, they lowered their chances of getting infected with the virus.
A recent spike in HIV cases among Navajo people, are leaving doctors increasingly concerned that the virus is reemerging on the reservation, particularly among gay men who miss early detection of the virus, according to a report.
The U.S. Preventative Services Task Force and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend HIV screening at age 15.
Unlike gene therapy, which has been promising, this treatment should be easier to mass distribute and more affordable.
A large-scale HIV study that started in 2009 was cancelled due to the lack of evidence that the experiment had potential benefits in preventing HIV.
Almost 60 people have tested positive for hepatitis or HIV after visiting an Oklahoma dentist who used unsanitary medical equipment on them during their checkup, the Tulsa Health Department said Thursday.
Women infected with HIV in sub-Saharan Africa who fed their babies exclusively with breast milk beyond the infant's first four months of life had the lowest risk of transmitting the virus to babies through their milk, according to researchers at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health.
Alicia Keys is working with the Kaiser Family Foundation on a global campaign to raise awareness of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.
Scientists may have finally discovered the reason why circumcision drastically lowers a man's chances catching HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases like genital warts and herpes.
Patients of Arkansas dentist Dr. William Jarrod Stewart are recommended to receive blood tests.