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State legislation that criminalizes people living with HIV drives stigma.
This Arkansas man’s HIV was undetectable during a consensual hookup, so why is he facing 30 years in prison?
Should HIV be considered just another chronic disease?
In several U.S. states, transmitting HIV is a crime. Could hepatitis C be next?
A look at some science-based facts about HIV that may surprise you as we mark the 35th anniversary of the start of the AIDS epidemic.
Funding arrives from joint effort by the Elton John AIDS Foundation and The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.
Black men and women and white women were much more likely than white men to be charged under HIV-related laws; most cases involved sex work.
Michael Johnson sentenced for infecting one man with HIV and putting four others at risk. Activists call the sentencing ’barbaric.’
Jurors in Missouri recommended at least 30 years for Michael Johnson, the former college wrestler found guilty on five counts of HIV-related c...
Former college wrestler Michael Johnson was charged with attempting to recklessly infect another with HIV. His trial begins today, May 11, in...
AIDSWatch honors Mary Bowman, John East, Tami Haught and Scott A. Schoettes with Positive Leadership Awards during its Washington, DC, advocac...
Representative Lela Alston (D-Phoenix) said she authored HB 2218 after hearing about a woman in her district who contracted an STI from a man...
John Cranmer, 31, a man incarcerated in Missouri who has hepatitis C, is facing a felony charge for knowingly endangering a jail employee afte...
A medical technician with hepatitis C who allegedly infected at least 39 people with the virus faces 14 new charges.
The Supreme Court of Canada said that people living with HIV are open to criminal prosecution for not disclosing their status before intercour...
Minnesota court reverses conviction of HIV-positive man accused of transmitting the virus after disclosing his status.
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