Pills won’t treat illnesses like HIV and Aids – on World Aids Day we need to prescribe a new way of thinking
From visiting a kissing booth to getting tested
Including that two million people were infected last year...
“Gross indecency” and “sodomy” laws were a systematic export of the British Empire. Criminalising homosexuality is a British legacy. It is not African. But now it's a killer of Africans
There’s no clear evidence to connect the rise in HIV infection to gay sex parties fuelled by drugs – and it can help groups of men to bond
Exclusive: Report for David Cameron describes criminalisation of same-sex relationships as 'British colonial legacy'
The actor’s former girlfriend Rachel Oberlin claimed that he had never informed her of his diagnosis
The newspaper claimed Hollywood was 'gripped with fear' over the unnamed man's alleged diagnosis
Practice mainly carried out by gay men using a combination of drugs to enable them to have extended sexual sessions
The actor has also spoken about losing his elder brother Howard to Aids in the 1980s
The major pharmaceutical and biotech industry groups have portrayed Shkreli's actions as totally repugnant and the work of just one company - here's why that is wrong
This veteran intellectual giant of the frothing right has been a delight since first being elected in 1983
The Oscar-nominated actor lost 47lbs for his role as an AIDS patient
Actor won award for Dallas Buyers Club
American Hustle picked up the award for Best Cast in a Motion Picture