Where You At? The ADAP Crisis in America: A Blog Entry by Robert Breining (July 10, 2011)
"I feel that every human being should be given the treatment they need to live a happy life, regardless of what disease they have or how big their bank accounts are. ... We can sit here and point fingers but as a nation we need to stand up to all responsible and create a movement. We literally need to take the streets and fight for our lives."
Take Life Seriously, but Do Not Forget to Have Fun! A Blog Entry by Teniecka Drake (July 9, 2011)
"Do you ever wonder why people take life so seriously and never smile or laugh or even joke? ... Life for me, when I was given my diagnosis, was not fun or happy, and forget cracking a smile. ... After having a family of my own and going through some things, I can say life is meant to be enjoyed!!!"
The Homophobic Response to AIDS: A Blog Entry by Aless Piper (July 9, 2011)
"Even with overwhelming evidence that homosexuality is not a mental illness, and certainly not a choice, and also that HIV/AIDS does not discriminate and is not, as previously thought, a gay disease, our politicians continue to make decisions based on the assumption that HIV/AIDS will not and does not happen to upstanding citizens, them, or anyone they know."
HIV/AIDS News Digest: July 7, 2011 (July 7, 2011)
Summaries of HIV-related news from around the Web, including a pilot study of how phone counseling can help HIVers quit smoking, a new outreach program from a Fort Myers-based HIV organization and research that shows Kaletra use may be life-threatening in infants.
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