Dr. Jillian Lucas Baker (front row, right) is working to cut the infection rate of HIV and AIDS.
The man, his wife and their minor daughter contend in the suit that his HIV status is a disability and that the doctors violated the Americans with Disabilities Act when they advised him in writing in October 2013 that the family was being dropped as patients.
It’s World AIDS Day, and a West Philadelphia HIV activist is sharing the story of keeping his HIV-positive status secret for 25 years.
10,000 people took to the Philadelphia Art Museum area this morning for the 28th annual AIDS Walk Philly 5-K.
On this Labor Day, one North Philadelphia community is holding a unique event until 8 p.m. tonight, a block party that includes a book bag giveaway and free HIV testing.
Ninety campers from age 6 to 18 are spending the week having outdoor fun.
A scientific first from Philadelphia, that could pave the way toward curing HIV. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on the breakthrough.
A surgical center in central Pennsylvania is urging some of its patients to get tested for hepatitis and HIV after a review by state health officials.
The Strawberry Mansion Health Center is one of the facilities where patients will be monitored for use of Truvada, a pre-exposure prophylaxisis, or PrEP.
The AidsFund will honor teenaged twins born at their 15th annual Black-Tie GayBINGO fundraiser later this week. The pair was born to an HIV-positive mother and spent their life volunteering for the cause.
If you’ve been misdiagnosed, can you sue the doctor? Sometimes.
This is very important, because what it suggests is that people can be instructed, through social media, to take steps that could impact their own health.
St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children has honored the doctors and staff members who have implemented a hospital-wide HIV testing program for patients.
Thursday is National HIV Testing Day. For more information, visit: hivtest.cdc.gov.
The 23rd annual Dining Out for Life is Thursday!