The singer seems to always pissed people off when she happy, mad or sad. Another story about Summer Walker and yes, it’s about people getting mad about what she has posted on her social media. In her defense, she had every right to be upset after somebody stole her laptop while traveling from Los Angeles. […]
This week has been an exciting one for investors and employees at American Gene Technologies. After years in the making, they submitted a nearly 1,000-page document to the FDA. And within its pages just may lie the cure for HIV/AIDS. American Gene Technologies (AGT) announced the submission of an Investigational New Drug (IND) application to the U.S. […]
An Missouri appeals court overturns the conviction of an HIV positive man, accused of not disclosing his status and infecting his partner. The judges chastised the prosecutor for delaying disclosure of key evidence to the defense.
Scientists in Britain develop a USB-type device that monitors HIV virus level. Tests show that it's accurate and fast.
Prosecutors charged a Chicago-area personal trainer for transmitting the HIV virus to three women. The man allegedly knew for 15 years that he is HIV positive but did not warn the women.
A Memphis dance coach allegedly had sex with his underage student and exposed him to HIV. Police arrested the suspect who faces multiple charges.
Justin Posey, 17, accused of transmitting HIV to a 13-year-old girl, was indicted Wednesday on third-degree rape charges, reports The Advocate.
During his final State of the Union address last month to a joint session of Congress in Washington, D.C., President Barack Obama said that the U.S. is on track to eliminate new HIV/AIDS transmissions by 2020.
In an interesting twist to an already controversial story, Charlie Sheen revealed he temporarily went off his HIV medications.
Sheen says his porn star habit led to his HIV, and now, two of the porn stars who were intimate with the famed actor have come forward.
While we may have made strides in treating the virus, we still have a long way to go in how we treat the person infected.