HIV

UCLA Health reflects on that epidemic as the world inches toward relief from COVID-19

By Jocelyn Apodaca Schlossberg • June 3, 2021

This treatment is the first of its kind to win FDA approval

By Ask the Doctors • March 1, 2021

'TRY' premieres at an international film festival in June

By Jocelyn Apodaca Schlossberg • February 3, 2021

UCLA Health experts weigh in on what they hope to see as the new president takes office

By Sandy Cohen • January 19, 2021

Dr. Jesse Clark, medical director of the UCLA Vine Street Clinic, played a key role in development of the vaccine, which has been granted emergency use authorization by FDA

By Sandy Cohen • December 18, 2020

CDC urges HIV testing to maintain good health and prevent the spread of the disease

By uclahealth • December 11, 2020

Learn how UCLA Health is breaking down barriers with its LGBTQ initiative

By uclahealth • June 19, 2020

In 2007, a person with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) was considered virtually cured of the disease. Until now, researchers were unable to duplicate the procedure, involving treatment with stem cell transplants, that resulted in the cure. Now, two more patients seem to have reached that critical milestone.

Three people reach HIV remission status

By uclahealth • July 19, 2019
If you’re at high risk for contracting HIV, the HIV prevention pill can help keep you safe and infection-free. PrEP is a once-daily pill that reduces your chance of contracting HIV from sex by more than 90 percent. Among injectable drug users, it reduces risk by 70 percent. [...]
By uclahealth • November 27, 2018
Sally Blower, a professor in the department of psychiatry and biobehavioral sciences at UCLA’s Semel Institute, has devoted her career to understanding how infectious diseases such as HIV, syphilis, genital herpes, tuberculosis and leprosy spread. But instead of donning a white coat and examining patients, Blower uses her [...]
By Leigh Hopper • February 14, 2018