WASHINGTON – A Virginia man, who admitted he had unprotected sex with two Maryland woman without telling them he was HIV positive, was sentenced to 18 months in prison Monday. The sentence was the maximum…
BETHESDA, Md. (AP) — A Virginia man has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for having unprotected sex with two women in Maryland without telling them he was HIV positive. Twenty-eight-year-old Daniel Cleaves of…
ROCKVILLE, Md. – A man accused of knowingly exposing women to HIV accepted a plea deal in Montgomery County Circuit Court Tuesday. According to prosecutors, Daniel Cleaves had unprotected sex with two separate women last…
The District\’s HIV Prevention Campaign takes multiple forms to get across a message of protection, testing and treatment.
A 28-year-old Richmond man accused of knowingly transmitting
HIV to two women will be allowed to go home until his trial — with
BETHESDA, Md. (AP) — Police say a Virginia man arrested on charges of having unprotected sex with a Maryland woman without telling her he was HIV-positive is now facing additional charges after a second victim…
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is launching a new HIV awareness campaign at a public hospital in southeast Washington. The campaign urges people who have HIV to seek medical care,…
The number of new HIV cases has dropped 42 percent in four years, according to a new report.
There will be a celebration Saturday morning in the streets of
There\’s a dire AIDS and HIV problem in D.C., but
the numbers for the
entire D.C.-Baltimore corridor are staggering.
The World AIDS Conference opens Sunday in D.C.,
where HIV/AIDS is an epidemic.
Results from a recent trial in Thailand have renewed hope that a preventive HIV vaccine may be on the horizon.
Both Washington, D.C. and New York City have an extremely high prevalence of HIV infections, with 123,000 living with the virus. That\’s 56,000 more infections than in the entire country of Germany.
The Human Immunodeficiency Virus, known as HIV, has become one of the most notorious killers ever known to man. In \”Generation Positive,\” a week-long series, WTOP\’s Thomas Warren takes an in-depth look at the HIV epidemic in the U.S. and D.C.
An unprecedented new HIV study may change how soon the virus can be detected in a person\’s system — which scientists hope could lead to developing an effective vaccination.