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California-based Gilead Sciences Inc. has agreed to donate HIV prevention drugs that reduce the risk of HIV transmission for up to 200,000 people a year.
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The Queen of Pop received GLAAD's Advocate for Change Award at a starry New York fête.
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There is “effectively zero” chance of spreading the virus that causes AIDS if infected patients receive antiretroviral treatment, researchers found.
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Scientists altered the virus to deliver a gene that the children lacked. It's not yet known whether the fix will be permanent.
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Republican Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation to remove anti-LGBTQ language from the law.
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The president is still going after his wall, but it's now a "see-through steel barrier."
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The president announced a 10-year plan for reducing the spread of the disease across the U.S.
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Bush died on Nov. 30, on the eve of World AIDS Day.
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He dismissed the AIDS crisis and embraced the bigotry of the religious right.
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On the eve of World AIDS Day, hundreds of HIV organizations released a federal action roadmap to end the epidemic by 2025.
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