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HIV/AIDS: Remembering the fight  Featured
HIV/AIDS: Remembering the fight
December 1, marks the 25th anniversary of World AIDS Day. Two doctors on the front lines in those early years share their experiences.
Monkeys cured of HIV-like virus—could humans be next? 
Monkeys cured of HIV-like virus—could humans be next?
Nearly 32 years after the initial outbreak of the HIV/AIDS pandemic, researchers find a promising cure in a similar condition in monkeys.
Can social media help prevent HIV? 
Can social media help prevent HIV?
A new study finds that social media sites can be helpful tools in preventing the spread of the virus.
Baby cure puts spotlight on importance of HIV testing 
Baby cure puts spotlight on importance of HIV testing
A Mississippi toddler cure may be a game changer in the fight against HIV. Find out why it’s important to know your status.
AMA votes to lift lifetime ban on gay blood donors 
AMA votes to lift lifetime ban on gay blood donors
In the past week, the American Medical Association has made headlines with some key votes, including the reversal of a decades-long policy banning gay men from donating blood.
Is a cure for HIV on the horizon? 
Is a cure for HIV on the horizon?
Danish researchers say they may be “months away” from HIV cure.