Daily pill can slash chances of HIV infection

The FDA has given its seal of approval to a drug that can cut the risk of HIV infection by three quarters.

Engineered stem cells kill HIV

UCLA researchers say they've shown that genetically engineered stem cells can attack HIV-infected cells in a living organism.

Study: Alcohol officially leads to unsafe sex

Be careful with the alcohol this holiday season. Yes, a new study has confirmed what most people have long suspected: alcohol can directly influence a person to have unsafe sex.

Virus developed to target HIV

In what he could represent an important step toward curing HIV, a USC scientist has created a virus that hunts down HIV-infected cells.

Report: HIV patient cured by stem cell transplant

A chronically ill HIV patient has reportedly been cured of the disease by an emergency stem cell transplant.