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Podcast Central: HIV Frontlines

July 18, 2008

HIV Frontlines

HIV Frontlines is an ongoing podcast series in which we talk with the men and women who work at the forefront of HIV prevention and care. Whether they're providing HIV education to gay men in Connecticut porn shops, helping inner-city youths access treatment and care, or doing their part to make a difference in regions of the world where access to HIV treatment and care is only a shadow of what is generally available in the U.S., these individuals are the driving force behind efforts to fight HIV.

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Featured Podcast: Executive Director of New Jersey Women and AIDS Network Talks About Gender Issues and Obstacles to HIV Prevention
Monique Howard
A Conversation With Monique Howard

Since graduating college in the late '80s, Monique Howard has been working in the HIV/AIDS field. From examining specimens in a lab to implementing HIV risk reduction programming at Beth Israel Hospital to earning a graduate degree in human sexuality, her work has been grounded in understanding how HIV/AIDS impacts women. Now, Howard is the executive director of the New Jersey Women and AIDS Network (NJWAN) in New Brunswick, N.J. She talks with us about her work with NJWAN and the needs of women in the state of New Jersey and across the country.

Kathryn Anastos, M.D. (34 min.)

Vanessa Austin (10 min.)

Kai Chandler (13 min.)

Brian Datcher (24 min.)

Kwame Dawes and Nancy Mahon (34 min.)

Anthony Fauci, M.D. (31 min.)

Debbie Hagins, M.D. (25 min.)

Monique Howard (34 min.)

Mark S. King (32 min.)

Tony Miles, Ph.D. (25 min.)

Gil Robertson (35 min.)

Audria Russell (10 min.)

Gary Paul Wright (49 min.)

Ben Young, M.D., Ph.D. (31 min.)

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