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Trump Reportedly Had Trouble Knowing the Difference Between HIV and HPV
Bill Gates says the president asked him about it twice.
AIDS’ Patient Zero Is Innocent, But We’re Still Learning Who He Really Was
The complicated legacy of Gaëtan Dugas, long vilified as the man responsible for the U.S. AIDS epidemic, now exonerated by science.
Somewhere Along the Way, HIV’s ‘Patient O’ Became ‘Patient Zero’
Patient O became Patient Zero, and Patient Zero became Gaetan Dugas.
How HIV/AIDS Impacted American Art
Artwork from the new exhibit “A Deeper Dive.”
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Take One Guess How Well Abstinence-Only Sex Education Works
The keep-your-legs-closed tactic is pretty worthless.
Charlie Sheen May Have Accidentally Saved Some Lives With His HIV Announcement
A group of researchers argue that coverage of Sheen’s diagnosis led to a historic Google spike in searches for important HIV information.
Jenny McCarthy Is Now Fearmongering About HIV
The noted anti-vaxxer feels it’s “scary” that she kissed Charlie Sheen on TV.
The Real Risks of Sex With Someone Who Has HIV
Did Charlie Sheen put his partners in danger?
What Does It Mean to Have ‘Undetectable’ HIV?
In light of Charlie Sheen’s announcement.
An HIV Researcher Was Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison for Falsifying Data
He was unfortunate enough to catch the attention of Senator Chuck Grassley.
The Scientific Case for Decriminalizing Sex Work
It could be the most effective way to reduce global HIV infection rates.