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SDGLN exclusive: Accuser in HIV-infection case speaks out for the first time

In an exclusive interview with San Diego Gay and Lesbian News (SDGLN.com), the original accuser in a case alleging that Thomas Guerra intentionally infected him with HIV has come forward for his first on-the-record interview. In it, he sheds light on the facts of the case and gives media covering the story a much-deserved reprimand.

Save your life: A primer on HIV

Find out life-saving information on the various symptoms of new HIV infection, the tests for HIV that are available and where you can get them for free as well as a close look at the current state of HIV prevention and the different methods available.

FoodTV's Daisy Martinez helping to raise support for Dining Out for Life

The annual Dining Out for Life fundraising event will take place at 80 bars and restaurants in the San Diego area on Thursday, April 24. By eating great food at one of the participating restaurants, you invest in the health and well-being of of those living with HIV/AIDS in our community.

HIV virus returns after marrow transplant sparked hopes of cure

Boston researchers are reporting the return of the HIV virus in two patients who had become virus-free after undergoing bone marrow transplants, dashing hopes of a possible cure that had generated widespread excitement.

Life Matters: Why “HIV Stops With Me”

"HIV Stops With Me” because I make a commitment to myself and others to get tested, educated and involved helping to eradicate the disease and all of us not giving up until there is a cure.

Curing HIV gets tougher

New research from Johns Hopkins tosses a wet blanket on hopes that a "shock and kill" cure strategy will work, according to a report published last week by the journal Cell online.