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Thursday's "Project Runway All Stars" featured season nine designer Viktor Luna disclosing that he is HIV positive in a segment done with the advocacy group Greater Than AIDS.
A ProPublica and Buzzfeed investigation found at least 541 actions where people were convicted of, or pleaded guilty to, criminal charges for failure to disclose that they were HIV-positive.
President Obama issued a Presidential Proclamation on , the 25th Annual World AIDS Day.
The global advocacy organization ONE has released a new report on the status of worldwide AIDS prevention, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa. World AIDS Day is December 1, but "the beginning of the end of AIDS" could be sooner than we think, if prevention efforts worldwide step up.
AIDS advocates are beginning to bring the issue of HIV and AIDS to the front pages again. The movement to stop AIDS is not over is the message they are sending.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and the Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Southern Nevada (The Center) are partnering together to launch the "Protect Yourself at All Times" campaign in response to the high rates of HIV-infection among those under 30.
A Brooklyn woman is suing because her photo was used in a newspaper advertisement portraying her as being infected with HIV.
Sean Sasser, forerunning AIDS activist and former GLAAD employee best known for his relationship and on-screen marriage to Pedro Zamora in the 90s MTV reality show "The Real World," has died at the age of 44. Friends say mesothelioma, a rare form of lung cancer typically linked to an immune system compromised by AIDS, was the cause of Sasser's death.
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The House Appropriations Committee has passed an amendment to require the Attorney General to review laws, policies, and regulations regarding criminal cases involving people living with HIV/AIDS.