Famous People in HIV
Remembering Nelson Mandela (1918-2013)
Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was a South African statesman and anti-apartheid revolutionary who became the symbol of human rights and AIDS activism.
Top Five AIDS Denialists
The top five AIDS denialists are rated on the influence they had during a specific time in history and the impact their messages carry today.
Anthony Fauci - On a Mission throughout the History of HIV
In the history of HIV, one name comes to mind almost immediately. He is on the forefront of HIV and has been throughout the history of HIV. Anthony Fauci, perhaps the face of HIV today has worked tirelessly throughout the history of HIV.
PEPFAR (U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief
The U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) was founded by President George W. Bush in 2003 to fight the global HIV/AIDS pandemic.
David Ho - Dedicated to the Fight Against HIV
HIV and AIDS researcher and Time Magazine's Man of the Year for 1996.
Harold Jaffe - HIV/AIDS Leadership
Another in our series profiling those who have impacted the way HIV is treated.
Luc Montagnier - Found the Virus that Causes HIV
Dr. Luc Montagnier is credited with the discovery of HIV.
AIDS Denialism: Part One
Despite advances in HIV sciences, the shadow of AIDS denialism still looms large, casting doubt and distraction among those who are often in the most need of care.
Robert Gallo - Co-founder of HIV
A brief profile of the man who first identified HIV.
Ryan White - Fighting HIV and the Community
Ryan White faced death at the age of 13 but found that people were far worse than the disease that would eventually take his life.
Larry Kramer: From Art to ACT UP and Back
Larry Kramer (1935 - ) is an American playwright who co-founded the New York-based Gay Mens Health Crisis and AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP).