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Potential HIV Outbreak in Miami Raises Ethical Questions

Potential HIV Outbreak in Miami Raises Ethical Questions

Oct 22
Florida's only legalized syringe access program found 11 people who tested positive for HIV within a six-month period this year. In the city of Miami, where one out of every 85 adults has HIV, the new infections may or may not constitute an outbreak.

Hurricane Michael's Impact on People Living With HIV

Hurricane Michael's Impact on People Living With HIV

Oct 19
Many people living with HIV are left to wonder not only where they will be able sleep tonight, but also where their next dose of antiretroviral medication will come from.

HIV+ Bodybuilder Shares His Symptoms Before Diagnosis

HIV+ Bodybuilder Shares His Symptoms Before Diagnosis

Oct 17
Diagnosed in 2012, bodybuilder Raif Derrazi says he experienced "a slew" of symptoms before testing positive for HIV.

National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day

National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day

Oct 15
For people living with HIV, having the support of loved ones can be life-saving. We Are Family/Somos Familia is a campaign about the importance of family — whether it's the one you are born into or the one you create. #WeAreFamily #SomosFamilia

Voting is HIV Advocacy: How to Get Involved

Voting is HIV Advocacy: How to Get Involved

Oct 12
AIDS United has created an Election Resource Center to provide HIV advocates with a one-stop shop for any information they might need on registering to vote and engaging their communities.

Bruce Richman Wants You to Know About U = U

Bruce Richman Wants You to Know About U = U

By Steve Duffy | Oct 11
Bruce Richman founded the Prevention Access Campaign to get the word out that being undetectable means that you are untransmittable (U = U). EDGE spoke to Richman about his organization and his advocacy.

Watch: New HIV Patient Meets Survivor From the 80s

Watch: New HIV Patient Meets Survivor From the 80s

Oct 11
Someone newly diagnosed with HIV sits down with an HIV survivor from the AIDS crisis to talk about their experiences.

Violinist, Professor/HIV Activist, Among 25 'Genius Grant' Winners

Violinist, Professor/HIV Activist, Among 25 'Genius Grant' Winners

By Herbert G. McCann | Oct 5
A violinist who organizes concerts for the homeless, a professor whose research is being used to increase access to civil justice by poor communities and an activist pastor are among this year's MacArthur fellows and recipients of so-called genius grants.

UK Opens Inquiry Into Tainted Blood Scandal

UK Opens Inquiry Into Tainted Blood Scandal

Oct 5
A long-awaited inquiry has opened in Britain into how contaminated blood was used to treat thousands of people in the 1970s and '80s, killing at least 2,400.

HIV-Positive Mother Donates Liver to Critically Ill Child

HIV-Positive Mother Donates Liver to Critically Ill Child

Oct 4
Doctors in South Africa say they transplanted part of a liver from a mother with HIV to her critically ill but HIV-negative child, concluding that the chance to save a life outweighed the risk of virus transmission.

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