Experts See Strides On AIDS, But COVID-19 Halted ProgressU.S. health officials are gathering data on exactly how much COVID-19 affected HIV infections and deaths, including how well testing, prevention, and treatment kept up in the pandemic.
While HIV Is Treatable, States Keep Laws Criminalizing it From AIDS Panic EraAccording to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, 33 states including California have HIV criminal laws, generally making it a crime to expose others to HIV or fail to disclose HIV-positive status.
Actor Charlie Sheen Reveals He Is HIV PositiveIn an interview Tuesday on NBC's "Today," the 50-year-old Sheen said he tested positive for the virus that causes AIDS.
Sacramento Woman May Hold Key To Cure For HIV, AIDSIn the world, 35 million people are living with HIV or AIDS. Most take a myriad of drugs to suppress the disease from wreaking havoc on their immune system. Loreen Willenberg is one of those 35 million, but in the 23 years since she was diagnosed, she takes no drugs, has no symptoms, and has never been sick.
Man Believed Cured Of AIDS Says He's Still CuredThe first person believed to have been cured of AIDS says reports he still has the HIV virus are false.
30 Years After First AIDS Cases, Hope For A CureSunday marks 30 years since the first AIDS cases were reported in the United States. And this anniversary brings fresh hope for something many had come to think was impossible: finding a cure.
Report: Transplant May Have Cured Man Of AIDSA very unusual blood transplant appears to have cured an American man living in Berlin of infection with the AIDS virus, but doctors say the approach is not practical for wide use.