AIDS Memorial Quilt On Display In PhiladelphiaThe panels are all part of what is described as the "largest ongoing piece of community folk art in the world," the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt.
Girl Born With HIV Virtually Virus-Free After Stopping AIDS Drugs Over 8 Years AgoHer case was revealed Monday at an AIDS conference in Paris, where researchers also gave encouraging results from tests of shots every month or two instead of daily pills to treat HIV.
Supporters Dine Out To Fight HIV And AIDSThe event brings supporters together each year to show their commitment to helping those living with HIV and AIDs.
Lots To Celebrate On World AIDS Day, Still Some ConcernsThursday is World AIDS Day.
Philly AIDS Walk Kicks Off Registration With New FocusThe AIDS Walk/Run is on October 16th on MLK Drive.
Popular Philly Pastor Among 'DIVAS' Performing At HIV/AIDS FundraiserReverend Dr. Alyn Waller is no stranger to the stage or to singing.
AIDS Prevention Behind Bars The Focus Of Local EventThe event brought together roughly 1,100 impacted both by HIV and mass incarceration.
Milestone For Local Organization's Offbeat Way Of Battling AIDSGayBINGO! celebrated 20 years Saturday night at the Gershman Y in Center City.
Researchers Say They Have Successfully Excised HIV DNA From AnimalsThey say they did this by using gene editing technology.
Philadelphia Nonprofit Provides Free HIV Testing For World AIDS DayThe nonprofit group Bebashi Transition to Hope is in its 30th year of educating people about HIV and AIDS, as well as providing crucial services to low-income residents.
Thousands Walk/Run In Philly To Raise Money, Fight Stigma Of AIDSTen thousand people gathered for the 29th annual AIDS Walk Philly Sunday morning at the Art Museum.
Gamechanger: Jillian Lucas Baker Dr. Jillian Lucas Baker (front row, right) is working to cut the infection rate of HIV and AIDS.
Lancaster County HIV Patient Sues Over 'Dismissal' By DoctorsThe 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.
West Philadelphia HIV Advocate Shares His Story In Honor Of World AIDS DayIt's World AIDS Day, and a West Philadelphia HIV activist is sharing the story of keeping his HIV-positive status secret for 25 years.
Thousands Gather For 28th Annual AIDS Walk Philly10,000 people took to the Philadelphia Art Museum area this morning for the 28th annual AIDS Walk Philly 5-K.