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AHF Blasts Grindr For Sharing User HIV Status

AHF Blasts Grindr For Sharing User HIV Status

Apr 3
AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) harshly criticized the popular gay hookup app Grindr after Buzzfeed News reported that Grindr has been sharing its users' information -- including users' HIV status.

PrEPing for Pride

PrEPing for Pride

By Jill Gleeson | Mar 31
With Pride season about get underway, EDGE takes a look at PrEP essentials and how to define safe sex practices for your summer of fun and frolic.

Grindr Remindr: Hookup App Now Provides HIV Testing Prompts, Info

Grindr Remindr: Hookup App Now Provides HIV Testing Prompts, Info

By Kilian Melloy | Mar 27
Hookup app Grindr now offer an optional service to those interested in getting a free reminder to get tested for HIV.

Hundreds Gather in D.C. for AIDSWatch Advocacy Event

Hundreds Gather in D.C. for AIDSWatch Advocacy Event

Mar 26
More than 500 people living with HIV and their allies gathered in Washington, DC on Monday for the 25th annual AIDSWatch advocacy event.

In Emotional Post, ABC News Reporter Comes Out as HIV-Positive

In Emotional Post, ABC News Reporter Comes Out as HIV-Positive

Mar 26
A reporter for ABC News is making headlines this week after taking to Facebook to reveal he is HIV-positive in an emotional post.

Viral Suppression Among Youth & Drug User Stats Revealed

Viral Suppression Among Youth & Drug User Stats Revealed

Mar 22
Recently HIV.gov took a close look at the improvement that has been made in the overall percentage of people diagnosed with HIV who have achieved viral suppression in the United States.

Leading AIDS Researcher Selected as CDC Director

Leading AIDS Researcher Selected as CDC Director

By Mike Stobbe | Mar 22
A leading AIDS researcher was picked Wednesday to run the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the federal government's top public health agency.

Investigation Finds Discrepancies in Veteran HIV Tests

Investigation Finds Discrepancies in Veteran HIV Tests

By Daniel Chang | Mar 14
At least eight military veterans who were tested for HIV at the Miami VA Medical Center received a different result when they were screened for a second time by an outside lab.

Research Shows Racial Inequality Among PrEP Users

Research Shows Racial Inequality Among PrEP Users

Mar 13
A new CDC analysis suggests only a small percentage of Americans who could benefit from pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) have been prescribed it.

National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Mar 10
Women and girls represent more than half of all people living with HIV across the globe. That's almost 18 million women and girls living with HIV worldwide.

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