30 Years of AIDS: Featured Coverage (at TheBody.com)
Where Was I When HIV First Reared Its Ugly Head? A Blog Entry by ScotCharles (June 3, 2011)
"As clear as a bell 30 years later, I remember an announcer and commentator discussing the previous day's CDC report. My partner and I were going to a dinner party that Saturday evening; and, it was at that party that I first talked about what would become the AIDS Crisis."
AIDS Is Older Than I Am: Musings From Generation Y (June 2, 2011)
"My generation grew up with HIV. We were among the first kids who learned about it in the classroom," writes Becky Allen, TheBody.com's site manager. But "just because HIV has been with us for as long as we remember doesn't mean we're at ease with it, or even know that much about it."
There When AIDS Began: An Interview With Michael Gottlieb, M.D. (June 2, 2011)
For 30 years, Dr. Gottlieb has been at the forefront of HIV/AIDS research and medicine -- and through it all, he hasn't lost his passion or his empathy. In this interview, he sits down with friend and long-term HIV survivor Nelson Vergel to look back over the past 30 years and ponder those to come.
Running From The Devil: A Blog Entry by Philip D. (June 1, 2011)
Philip reminisces on the thoughts that occupied his 18-year-old mind when the HIV/AIDS pandemic was just beginning -- and recalls the evolution of his life that ultimately resulted in his own positive HIV test.
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