Three Decades of HIV/AIDS, Part Three: A Blog Entry by Bob Frascino, M.D. (July 27, 2011)
"Our view of the future was the AIDS crisis would continue to gain momentum and notoriety. We felt confident the rapidly amplifying cry for cure, care and support services would become logarithmically louder and more persuasive. We imagined ignorance and stigma would be replaced by knowledge, reason and compassion. None of these things actually occurred."
HIV at 30: A Blog Entry by Gary Bell (July 20, 2011)
"My blog today will be more in the form of a rant. It comes on the heels of a recent radio show on which I appeared. During the show, I experienced a sense of déjà vu; that the conversation I was engaged in has happened before. After 30 years, I was answering many of the same questions, the same way."
AIDS at 30: Views From the Community -- Mark Fischer: A Blog Entry by Candace Y.A. Montague (June 4, 2011)
"Mark has lived in Washington, DC since 1978, been HIV positive for more than 25 years and has been involved in HIV efforts since the beginning of the epidemic. He sees himself as a 'human being, first and foremost ... all the rest, being male, White, gay, etc. are just accidents of birth for which I deserve neither privilege nor blame.'"
Looking Back at 30! A Blog Entry by Rae Lewis-Thornton (June 3, 2011)
"I don't remember hearing about AIDS back then and if I did with a name like GRID, I probably would have dismissed it in seconds. I mean I am a heterosexual woman and gay had nothing to do with me. And given the fact that I was trying to figure out where my next meal was coming from, a disease like this would have been the last thing on my mind."
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