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Gay Men and HIV: How AIDS 2008 May Change Everything
Chicago writer and HIV advocate Keith Green details what made AIDS 2008 worthwhile -- and how the conference may have made him a stronger, angrier activist for HIV-positive gay men.


The International AIDS Conference is the world's largest gathering of HIV health care professionals, advocates and others in the HIV community. More than 22,000 people attended the 2008 conference in Mexico City.

In addition to these featured videos, visit our XVII International AIDS Conference home page for a great deal of additional coverage, including breaking news, first-person interviews, research summaries and our unique photojournal. More videos to be added weekly!



Gay Men and HIV: How AIDS 2008 May Change Everything


Chicago writer and HIV advocate Keith Green details what made AIDS 2008 worthwhile -- and how the conference may have made him a stronger, angrier activist for HIV-positive gay men.
An HIV-Positive Pastor Tells His Story


Reverend Christo Greyling is one of the founding members of a new international network of positive people of faith called INERELA+. In this inspiring video, Christo discusses his life and his take on AIDS 2008.
Using Puppets and Theater for HIV Prevention


In an impromptu theatrical event, Martha Elena Barrios Diaz and her group demonstrate to AIDS 2008 attendees how they use puppets to (graphically) educate Mexican teens about safer sex.
Neophyte HIV Researcher Looks Back on an Incredible Experience


Jeffrey Campbell, a 20-year-old premed student at Princeton University, brings a wide-eyed innocence to this recap of his first International AIDS Conference.
Mexican Delegate Discusses Machismo -- and His Birthday Present


Carlos, a Mexico City native who's been HIV positive for four years, talks about the dangerous impact of machismo in Mexico -- and about why coming to this conference was a birthday gift he gave to himself.
The Eastern European Perspective: A Kazakh Activist's Take on AIDS 2008


Roman Dudnik, an HIV-positive activist from Kazakhstan, discusses how this year's International AIDS Conference is an improvement from past conferences. He also talks about the challenges of being a native Russian speaker at an event where Spanish and English are the primary languages.


 

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