Tag: HIV

    Harm Reduction Overlooks Hep A and B. They Matter Here in Prison.

    On May 7, UNAIDS called for prisoner access to harm reduction—medication for opioid use ...

    The Lonely Work of HIV Harm Reduction in Prison

    Many people living with HIV who pass through Washington Corrections Center (WCC) tell me ...

    Landmark HIV Trial Breaks Treatment Access Barrier With Long-Acting Meds

    For the first time, clinical researchers have provided long-acting HIV treatment to people who ...

    Rebranded AIDS United Fund Looks to Harm Reduction’s Future

    Syringe service programs (SSP) in the United States began as acts of civil disobedience ...

    “A Recipe for an Epidemic”: How a New HIV Cluster Emerged In Tijuana

    In 2019, the Mexican government cut all funding for civil society organizations, including those ...

    FDA Approves First Long-Lasting HIV PrEP Medication—But There’s a Catch

    The FDA has approved the first injectable medication to protect against HIV transmission. Apretude ...

    What’s Holding Back New York’s Efforts to End AIDS?

    On December 1, World AIDS Day, a coalition of HIV/AIDS advocates is rallying in ...

    Austin, Indiana to Restart Syringe Access After Scott County Shutdown

    On November 9, city council members in Austin, Indiana, voted to approve a syringe ...