HIV/AIDS Blog Central: Perspectives From the HIV/AIDS Community
Falling Short: Where Charlie Sheen's Interview With Dr. Oz Didn't Hit the Mark
By Aaron Laxton
January 13, 2016
This week Charlie Sheen sat down with everyone's favorite television physician, Dr. Oz. As Charlie spoke with Dr. Oz, I jotted down notes. I found as the interview progressed there was a recurrent theme: "Charlie is sharing his truth however that truth is not everyone's truth."
The Man Who Buried Them Remembers
By Mark S. King
January 12, 2016
When he conducted the funerals, Tom Bonderenko tells me, he always wore his priestly garments and white stole. Even when no one showed up for the graveside service.
By Danny Pintauro
January 11, 2016
I can't pretend to call myself an activist ... yet.
Everything You Need to Know About Anal Cancer Prevention and Treatment (Video)
By Nelson Vergel
January 8, 2016
In the United States, the rate for anal cancer in the general population is 1 case per 100,000 people; among HIV-negative men who have sex with men the rate increases to 35 cases per 100,000 people.
16 HIV Advocates to Watch in 2016
By Mark S. King
January 6, 2016
They come from nearly every corner of the world. They are engaged in local communities and on the international scene. They include mothers, artists, a fugitive, a performer, and a drug smuggler. They are speaking out, acting up, and in some cases risking their personal safety and liberty.
Beyond the Berlin Patient: How Researchers Are Now Trying to Cure More HIV-Positive People (Video)
By Nelson Vergel
January 5, 2016
We are constantly reading headlines about the latest HIV cure. After years of being exposed to these inflamed news reports, we may get desensitized to the fact that there is actually progress being made in that field. Ever since Timothy Brown was proven to be cured, the search for a cure for HIV that is accessible worldwide has intensified. There is more funding now as different research groups compete to get there first. But we have had set backs that have taught us important lessons.
By Jeannie Wraight
December 29, 2015
New Years has a funny effect on us humans. We get all nostalgic, hopeful for the future and emotional. Okay, maybe the Holiday parties with lots of alcohol have something to do with that, but it's also our nature to look back at the year that was, and dream about what the new year will bring. After all, who doesn't want the coming year to rock, so of course we're going to start it off with high hopes.
A Long December, Part One
By Christian Kiley
December 28, 2015
On Dec. 1, 2015, I was tired-happy. Things were really looking up -- after two years of work, I was finally able to release my web series, Unsure/Positive. Additionally, I had spent the previous four weeks planning an event at the teen center of my (fairly) new workplace, which I'll call Kids' Hangout, Inc. Both were in honor of World AIDS Day.
By Sherri Beachfront Lewis
December 24, 2015
It's always a bittersweet time of year with its mash up of war and politics, terrorism -- the new virus that threatens our lives ever changing its madness. Holiday shopping and memories of those here, those lost and new life being born. So we celebrate. Life comes first.
I Am Reaching Out and Asking for Help
By Tim Hinkhouse
December 23, 2015
Hello there, readers.
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