Jeffrey Laurence Contributor

Dr. Laurence is a hematologist and professor of medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. He is the senior scientific consultant for programs at amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research.

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Early Symptoms of HIV You Should Never Ignore

Knowing these symptoms can help you get treatment early.

What Is HIV (and How Is It Different Than AIDS)?

Here's how HIV and AIDS affect your immune system.

5 Dangerous Myths About HIV You Must Stop Believing

The truth is one of the best tools you have against HIV infection.

How PEP Can Prevent HIV After a High-Risk Exposure

This medication may reduce your risk of getting HIV. Here’s what you need to know.

Who Should Take PrEP to Prevent HIV? A Doctor Explains

PrEP may lower your risk of getting HIV if you fit these criteria.

What Is PrEP (and How Does It Help Prevent HIV)?

Meet the drug that’s transforming HIV prevention.

This Myth About PrEP, the HIV Prevention Drug, Is Dangerous to Believe

Does taking PrEP actually encourage promiscuity? The science says no.

How PrEP Actually Works to Prevent HIV

Take this medication consistently, and your risk of getting HIV goes way down

How HIV Tests Work: What to Know Before You Get One

These tests detect HIV within weeks of exposure.