HIV/AIDS

Photorgrapher Rick Gerharter’s “ACT NICE, OR ELSE! The Unity March” from June 23, 1990 is among the images in the San Francisco Public Library’s exhibition about the sixth International Conference on AIDS. <ins>(Courtesy Rick Gerharter)</ins>

1990s AIDS activism in spotlight at SF library

Exhibition recalls demonstrations, disruption of international conference in The City

 

Artist and activist Miguel Gutierrez is the subject of the charming short film “My Neighbor, Miguel.” <ins>(Courtesy photo)</ins>

Miguel Gutierrez makes treasures from trash

Short film showcases quirky 72-year-old artist, AIDS activist

 

Andrew Faulk wrote "My Epidemic." (Courtesy photo)

Doctor’s memoir a fitting remembrance for World AIDS Day

‘My Epidemic’ tells personal stories of men who died

 

Sections of the AIDS Memorial Quilt are displayed outside the Mayor’s balcony at City Hall on Monday, July 6, 2020. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)

Virtual exhibition of AIDS memorial quilt starting next month

The San Francisco-based National AIDS Memorial organization is hosting a 50-state AIDS…

Sections of the AIDS Memorial Quilt are displayed outside the Mayor’s balcony at City Hall on Monday, July 6, 2020. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)
mike koozmin/s.f. examiner file photoState Assemblyman Rich Gordon

Kaiser Permanente reverses coverage change for HIV drugs, but cost concerns remain with other insurers

Some HIV-positive Bay Area residents have expressed relief that Kaiser Permanente has…

mike koozmin/s.f. examiner file photoState Assemblyman Rich Gordon

SF supervisor to call for free HIV prevention medication

A San Francisco supervisor is expected to call today for The City…

Prop D approved, could make prescription drugs more affordable

San Francisco voters Tuesday approved Proposition D, which could help make prescription…

AIDS still a crisis despite new advances

“The beginning of the end of the AIDS epidemic” is a phrase…