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The first mRNA-based HIV vaccine is about to start human trials
The same system Moderna used for its COVID vaccine may also be able to help prevent HIV.
LGBTQ+ health networks helped make urban neighborhoods more resilient against COVID
The legacy of AIDS organizing shone through as queer communities dispensed care and other resources.
An HIV vaccine could arrive sooner than we thought—using Moderna’s mRNA tech
A new vaccine trial in humans shows promising results.
Why you might need to sport a mask inside your own home
Here’s everything you need to know this week.
The FDA’s gay and bi blood-donor ban isn’t just stigmatizing—it’s also likely outdated
Critics say that the policy, first instated during the 1980's AIDS crisis, doesn't track with modern testing methods and social movements.
PrEP can prevent HIV infection in teens—so why aren’t they using it?
The medication is highly effective in preventing HIV in young people, but its not being used enough.
Here’s how PrEP medications outsmart HIV
Can you really take one pill a day to prevent HIV?
What it means to have ‘undetectable’ HIV—and why you need to know
Finding a “cure” for the virus is only part of beating it.
This ‘new’ strain of HIV is actually a good thing
And it isn’t even new.
Gene editing could help eliminate HIV
A combination of two treatments rid mice of the retrovirus.