HIV, AIDS, and Mycobacterium Avium Complex
Mycobacterium avium complex (MAC) is a group of bacteria that are related to tuberculosis and can severely affect those infected by HIV.
Telling Others You’re HIV-Positive
How, when, and why to break the news that you’re HIV-positive. More importantly, who should you tell? The experts at WebMD offer guidance.
HIV/AIDS Risk Factors
An explanation of the HIV risk factors that can increase your chances of becoming infected with HIV -- the virus that leads to AIDS.
HIV Viral Load Testing
Along with other tests, the HIV viral load test helps monitor your disease, guide treatment, and predict how your disease may progress.
HIV, AIDS, and the CD4 Count
CD4 cells or T-helper cells are a type of white blood cell that fights infection and their count indicates the stage of HIV or AIDS in a patient.
A look at where we are in developing an HIV vaccine.
HIV/AIDS and Opportunistic Infections
An explanation of HIV, AIDS, and their link to opportunistic infections. Find out what they are and how they happen, are treated and prevented.
HIV, AIDS, and Kaposi’s Sarcoma
Kaposi’s sarcoma is a type of cancer that's often found in AIDS patients. Find out more including its symptoms and treatment.
HIV, AIDS, and Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma
Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma is also known as AIDS-related lymphoma, and is a cancer of white blood cells. Learn more.
HIV and AIDS in African-Americans
Find out how and why African-Americans are affected by HIV and AIDS more than other racial groups.