AIDS

'There is still much work ahead to ensure more people at risk can access PrEP,' says Dr. Jessie Clark, professor of infectious diseases

By uclahealth • December 1, 2022

As the number of elderly people with HIV grows, researchers question how it affects diseases such as Alzheimer’s

By uclahealth • July 5, 2022

A Q&A with UCLA Health's Dr. Landovitz ahead of World AIDS Day 2021

By Jocelyn Apodaca Schlossberg • November 30, 2021

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

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

Dear Doctor: I’ve been seeing advertisements for glutathione, saying the supplement enhances the body's cells. The ads also say the claims haven’t been evaluated by ...

By Ask the Doctors • July 10, 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 ...

By Leigh Hopper • February 14, 2018

The impact of HIV/AIDS on black women has received little attention over the years, which has prompted Gail Wyatt to try to do something about ...

By Enrique Rivero • November 16, 2017