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I’m HIV positive. Now what?

I’m HIV positive. Now what?

There's no one-size-fits-all regimen for HIV – know your options Recently diagnosed with HIV? Living with a positive status and interested in changing your treatment regimens? Looking to support a loved one? It's important to know your HIV treatment options. As...

Starting a family with HIV

Starting a family with HIV

Can I have a child If I am HIV positive? Ready to start a family? Whether it is you or your partner with HIV, know there are ways to have a safe pregnancy. It just takes information and a connection to the right care. HIV and fertility  While HIV can affect your...

Make a difference this World AIDS Day

Make a difference this World AIDS Day

Overcoming inequalities and ending stigmas together For the last 34 years, each December 1, people worldwide unite to honor those who lost their lives to AIDS-related illnesses, celebrate those thriving with HIV and raise awareness of HIV prevention and treatment...

Can I hook up with HIV?

Can I hook up with HIV?

How to enjoy casual sex while protecting your partner Living with HIV doesn’t have to end your sex life, and you don’t have to wait for an undetectable status or to be in a serious relationship to have sex. To help prevent the spread of HIV it is important to use...

HIV testing: What should I know?

HIV testing: What should I know?

Learn about the three types of HIV tests, their accuracy and how to understand results Before World AIDS Day, Thursday, December 1, learn about HIV testing, its importance, and the different types of tests.  What is HIV testing? An HIV test checks your blood or...

Encouraging testing and prevention of HIV in Latinx communities

Encouraging testing and prevention of HIV in Latinx communities

Inspiring action on National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day for close to 20 years On October 15, National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day (NLAAD) recognizes the disproportionate impact of HIV on Hispanic and Latino communities. This is an opportunity to unite the community to...

Don’t be spooked by HIV

Don’t be spooked by HIV

Q&A to live positively fierce Did you know approximately 1.2 million people in the U.S. live with HIV? Of those people, about 65.9% received HIV care and 56.8% were undetectable in 2019.  This can be the case for many people living with...

Join the fight!

Join the fight!

Stopping HIV stigma on National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Did you know in 2019, gay and bisexual men accounted for 69% of new diagnoses in the U.S.?  On September 27, we celebrate National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NGMHAAD) – a day to...

Aging gracefully with HIV/AIDS

Aging gracefully with HIV/AIDS

Recognizing those living long HIV+ lives Did you know almost half of the people living with HIV in the United States are 50-years-old or older? HIV was once the leading cause of death, but with improvements in HIV treatment, people living positive lives have been able...

8 signs that you may have HIV

8 signs that you may have HIV

Think you might have been exposed to HIV? It’s important to note not everyone exposed to the infection will show early signs or symptoms of the virus. The only way to know whether you have been infected is by getting tested. Within two to four weeks after exposure to...