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NIH Major Study Shows Earlier HIV Treatment Improves Health

By Lauran Neergaard | May 28
A major international study sought to settle how soon is best to start HIV treatment -- and the advice is don't delay.

Art Project Los Angeles Features Haring, Warhol & More

By EDGE | May 28
Art auction and cocktail reception raises critically needed funds for Angelenos living with HIV/AIDS and showcases renowned as well as up-and-coming artists.

Positive Women's Network Releases New Model for Trauma Awareness

By EDGE | May 26
Positive Women's Network - USA, a national membership body of women with HIV, is proud to announce the release of a new model for bringing trauma awareness and healing into primary healthcare settings.

Amid Celebrity Show Offs, $30 Million Raised at AIDS Gala

May 22
Amid celebrity show offs, indiscreet liaisons, & the aggressive banging of a hammer - the French Riviera's annual, star-filled amfAR gala brought in its expected share of drama, with celebrity invitees including Leonardo DiCaprio, Jake Gyllenhaal and more

May 19 - National Asian Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

By EDGE | May 20
The 11th annual National Asian and Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day will be held on Tuesday, May 19. The theme is "Saving face can't make you safe. Talk about HIV for me, for you, for everyone."

Trans-Pacific Partnership Will Damage Global Public Health

By EDGE | May 19
The new amfAR brief, "Trans-Pacific Partnership: Curbing Access to Medicines Now and in the Future," strongly opposes the aggressive IP provisions of the TPP that could lead to unnecessary loss of life.

Former College Student Found Guilty of Exposing Man to HIV

May 15
Jurors in Missouri have found a 23-year-old man guilty of infecting another man with HIV and endangering four others with the disease while attending college in suburban St. Louis.

NYC Skyline Goes Red for AIDS Awareness, Fierstein Hosts

By EDGE | May 15
As New York City prepares for the 30th Annual AIDS Walk New York on May 17, Gay Men's Health Crisis will "Light Up New York" beginning on May 14 through May 17. Broadway legend Harvey Fierstein will host the Lighting Ceremony at the Empire State Building.

CDC Dedicates $185M to Prevent HIV Among Trans and MSM

By EDGE | May 13
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recently announced $185 million in funding for three new programs to prevent HIV infection among transgender people and gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM).

GSK, UNC Form Company Aimed at Finding AIDS Cure

May 13
GlaxoSmithKline and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are teaming up to form a company which will look for a cure for AIDS.

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