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'Dying Words' Book Release and Audio Broadcast Slated for World AIDS Day

BOOKS | Oct 21
"Dying Words: The AIDS Reporting of Jeff Schmalz and How It Transformed The New York Times" will be released on December 1, 2015, to coincide with World AIDS Day.

'Sex Panic' :: GLBT History Museum Lecture Revisits Bathhouse Closures

CULTURE | By Matthew S. Bajko | Sep 26
A standing-room-only crowd piled into the GLBT History Museum in the Castro to hear a lecture on what led to the death of San Francisco's famed gay bathhouse culture.

AIDS Funding Sought from CA Legal Marijuana Measures

NATIONAL | By Matthew S. Bajko | Sep 5
A San Francisco-based AIDS agency is calling on the proponents of legalizing marijuana use in California to direct a portion of the tax revenues generated by doing so toward HIV, hepatitis C, and other health needs.

CA Pushes Statewide AIDS Plan

AIDS | By Matthew S. Bajko | Aug 30
California lawmakers want to create a statewide plan to end the transmission of HIV, following similar plans adopted in New York and Washington state as well as by San Francisco officials.

Porn Actors File Suit Against 'Bondage Studio'

NATIONAL | By Hunter Houston | Aug 22
Two porn actors are suing a bondage studio claiming they contracted HIV while performing scenes.

'Positively Trans' Survey Launches

NATIONAL | By Khaled Sayed | Aug 8
A new groundbreaking survey launched this week that aims to assess needs and realities of transgender people living with HIV/AIDS.

AIDS Confab Highlights Treatment and Prevention

AIDS | By Liz Highleyman | Jul 25
The 2015 International AIDS Society conference will be remembered as a milestone in the global effort to eliminate new infections and expand treatment to everyone living with HIV worldwide, experts said this week in Vancouver.

The Fifth Annual Transgender Symposium :: HIV and the Trans Community

NATIONAL | By Sean McShee | Jul 3
Fort Lauderdale hosted the Fifth Annual Transgender Medical Symposium from May 14 to May 15, 2015. This three-part series recaps some of the major issues the symposium addressed.

START Study Supports Early HIV Treatment

NATIONAL | By Liz Highleyman | Jun 7
Long-awaited results from the START study, released ahead of schedule, show that people with HIV who start treatment early have a significantly lower risk of illness and death than those who wait.

Fla. Gov. Scott Rejects Medicaid Expansion; HIV Patients at Risk

AIDS | By John McDonald | May 7
State Senator Dwight Bullard (D-Cutler Bay) said Florida Governor Rick Scott should have accepted the U.S. government's Medicaid expansion program in order to care for the needs of an estimated 800,000 low income Floridians.

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