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World AIDS Day

San Diego's Tree of Life vigil to be held on World AIDS Day

The trees are decorated with ornaments that honor those who have been affected by HIV/AIDS and will remain on display throughout the holiday season at Village Hillcrest. Ornaments can be purchased now through that evening and personalized with a message.

COMMENTARY: Fight the stigma of HIV to help get to zero

Allan Acevedo reflects on HIV and AIDS, following World AIDS Day: To stop the spread of HIV we have to remove that stigma. We have to give a new face to a virus that could be eradicated in our generation.

On World AIDS Day, a history of HIV

In observance of World AIDS Day, Ben Howard of Lead The Way shares a history of HIV and offers free testing today.

World AIDS Day 2012: "Getting to zero"

World AIDS Day is marked each year Dec. 1. Through 2015, the World Health Organization has set out to reach its goal of zero: zero new HIV infections, zero discrimination, and zero AIDS-related deaths.

COMMENTARY: If we knew the truth, would we change?

Tom McSorley writes that over the years, little has changed in the fight against AIDS. He has created the "AIDS Ends With Me" campaign to change that.

UNAIDS: 50% drop in new HIV infections across 25 countries

A new World AIDS Day report by the United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) shows that a more than 50% reduction in the rate of new HIV infections has been achieved across 25 low- and middle-income countries –– more than half in Africa, the region most affected by HIV.

COMMENTARY: After 30 years of AIDS, what can we say?

Have we learned nothing? Have we not endured enough? Are we really saying to people living with AIDS today, “Hey, we’ve already done enough?” It was true way back when and it is true today. Silence equals death.

The BeanScene: Meet the Fockers, lezzie-style!

Sandy shares some stories of meeting the girlfriend's family for the first time, and gives you some fun ways to start out your December!