HIV/AIDS

In 1986, Ruth Coker Burks met a man dying of AIDS in Arkansas — a heartbreaking experience that sparked a life of advocacy she reflects on in her new memoir, All the Young Men. The man's family...

Federal regulators have approved the first HIV self-test in Canada in a long-awaited move that experts have called critical to reaching people who don’t know they have the virus. Health Canada granted...

LONDON, May 2 (Reuters) – A European study of nearly 1,000 gay male couples who had sex without condoms – where one partner had HIV and was taking antiretroviral drugs to suppress it – has...

Charlie Sheen is firing back against a woman who claimed he exposed her to HIV by failing to disclose his diagnosis to her. The anonymous woman, identified as Jane Doe, sued Sheen last June, alleging...