The Doctors discuss a new California law that is causing major controversy for downgrading knowingly exposing sexual partner to HIV a misdemeanor.
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In a sit-down interview with ER physician Dr. Travis Stork, Aaron opens up about his HIV fears and his attraction to men and women.
One of Dame Elizabeth Taylor’s most enduring legacies is her activism on behalf of HIV/AIDS patients. Her AIDS foundation carries on her work today. Liz’s longtime friend, model and entrepreneur Kathy Ireland, sits down with Rosie Mercado to talk about ho
The model/mogul shares her passion for continuing the work of the late icon to fight HIV/AIDS. She also shares how she balances work and family.
Katy joins The Doctors to discuss her work as an Ambassador for the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.
The first case of HIV contracted by a person taking the PrEP drug regimen has been reported. PrEP is designed to prevent HIV infection, but one man in Canada reportedly contracted a rare, multi-drug-resistant strain of HIV in spite of taking PrEP.
An estimated 1 in 8 people in America are living with HIV and are completely unaware they are infected, could a new prevention campaign be the answer or is it part of the problem?
Dr. Robert Bolan the chief medical officer at the Los Angeles LGBT center and Dr. Adam Cohen of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation join The Doctors and debate the PrEP pill and just how safe it is.
It’s estimated 1 in 8 people in the U.S. are living with HIV in this country but don’t know they are infected. Could this new campaign for the HIV prevention pill PrEP do more harm than good?