• Where to Get Tested for HIV – For Free!

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  • White House Watch for August 19, 2015

    On the Republican front Donald Trump continues to suck up all of the oxygen in the race. And despite numerous unfavorable stories and attacks from the other republican candidates his poll numbers are remaining steady…with him on top of the latest polls. Insiders still hesitate to call him the frontrunner because they don’t believe people will end up voting for him.

  • Will HIV Ever be Safe Enough for You?

    There’s a classic episode of “Oprah” from 1987 that can still raise my blood pressure. That year, the tiny town of Williamson, W. Va, became part of a national discussion about AIDS when Mike Sisco, who had returned to his home town to die of the disease, dared to step into a public pool.

  • Window Frames Tell Story of Love at World AIDS Museum

    Lois Wilson went dumpster diving in search of ways to express her sorrow, but what she found was a loving passion to create memories.

  • Winter 2018: Report from HIV Planning Bodies in Broward

    This article discusses the recent meetings of the three HIV planning and advisory bodies in Broward: the Broward County HIV Prevention Planning Council (BCHPPC), the Broward HIV Planning Council (HIVPC), and the South Florida AIDS Network (SFAN). The BCHPPC is the planning body for HIV prevention in Broward. The HIVPC is the planning body for the Ryan White Care (RWC) Program of Broward (Broward-RWC). SFAN is the advisory body for the RWC program of the Florida Department of Health in Broward.

    On January 1, 2018, the second year of Broward County’s current Five-Year Plan began. That plan integrates prevention and treatment services.

  • Woman Sentenced for Man's Death After Penis Enlargement

    A New Jersey woman who caused a man's death by injecting silicone into his penis has been sentenced to five years in state prison.

  • World AIDS Day Commemorated in South Florida

    Tuesday, Dec. 1 is World AIDS Day. It is an opportunity to for people worldwide, including those in South Florida, to unite in the fight against HIV. It is also a day to commemorate those who have died.

  • World AIDS Day Commemorated with Concert, Art Exhibits

    In addition to traditional candlelight vigils, thousands of activists, survivors and loved ones across South Florida will observe World AIDS Day next week with a variety of concerts, art exhibits and observances.

  • World AIDS Day: 8 Dangerous HIV Myths Debunked by the Experts

    (CNN) -- HIV/AIDS is one of the highest profile diseases of our times, but many of us are still ignorant about key aspects of the illness, how it works and how to live with it.

  • World AIDS Museum Hosts Symposium for Poz Milennials

    The World AIDS Museum & Educational Center hosted a Poz Millennials Symposium on Sunday, March 12 at their Wilton Manors location. Attending the event was Kevin Sessums, past executive editor of Interview Magazine and past contributing editor to Vanity Fair. 

  • World AIDS Museum to Open in Wilton Manors

    Hanging from a wall of the World AIDS Museum is a large red, glittery ribbon, the symbol of the HIV/AIDS movement to rid the world of a disease that has taken the lives of more than 21 million people worldwide.

  • Young Gay Men and Black Gay Men Aren’t Staying on HIV Treatment

    New study reveals less than 50 percent of HIV positive gay men are receiving treatment

  • Young Political Activist Comes Out Publicly About HIV Status

    Aaron Darr (by Sharin Tinati)

    He’s a fresh new face on the Florida political scene — with a brave story to tell.