A Day in the Life: Nelson Vergel on Wellness, Worry and Multidrug-Resistant HIV (Video) (October 16, 2012)
"I never had an undetectable viral load until three years ago," says longtime treatment activist Nelson Vergel. Between HIV meds and supplements, Nelson takes about 45 pills a day -- and he's on the last available HIV drug combination he can try. Nelson shares how he stays fit, relaxed and on top of his complicated regimen -- and how he keeps perspective, and manages his fears.
Volttage: A Dating and Hook Up Site for POZitively Sexy People -- A Blog Entry by Brandon Lacy Campos (October 16, 2012)
"The project Jack was working on was a well developed, sexy, fun dating and hook up site and app for HIV-positive queer men. In the light of my personal and political work over the last year or so, and recalling the times when I failed to disclose and the shame, guilt and holy hell that created, I decided to put my own body image shit aside to be a part of this project."
Rebecca Denison: Founder of WORLD -- A Blog Entry by Robert Breining (October 16, 2012)
"In 1990, a month before she was scheduled to begin law school, Rebecca was diagnosed with HIV. In 1991, with support from her husband Daniel, Rebecca started the WORLD newsletter in her living room. ... In 1995, Rebecca and Daniel decided to become parents, and in March 1996 their twin girls, Sophia and Sarah, were born, both HIV-free."
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