Are You Surviving or Thriving With HIV? A Blog Entry by Robert Breining (August 23, 2011)
"This isn't borrowed time, it is your time. Your time to live your life. Being HIV+ doesn't limit your life more than anyone else's in the amount of time. The difference is you are now aware of your health and you can do something about it. It is not time to think about death, it is time to live."
My Christmas Proposal: A Blog Entry by Robert Breining (December 31, 2010)
"When the doctor first told me I was HIV+ I remember thinking ... "Who would love me now that I am HIV+" ... As a gay boy growing up I never thought marriage could happen to me. ... I am so excited to say that I am engaged."
Disturbing New Information on MSM and HIV: A Blog Entry by Gary Bell (October 21, 2010)
One of the most frustrating aspects of working in HIV is addressing the many myths (as well as conspiracy theories) surrounding it-the most persistent of which is that AIDS is a "gay disease." ... However, a startling new report from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) may add additional fuel to that myth.
HIV/AIDS: A New First Impression -- A Blog Entry by Myles Helfand (September 20, 2010)
"Here we are, entering the fourth decade of our life with HIV as a human nation. And much of our country -- heck, much of the world -- still thinks HIV/AIDS is not so much a viral disease as it is the inevitable result of a bad decision."
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