If We Can't Overcome HIV Stigma and Discrimination, Access to Care Won't Improve in Africa, Advocate Says (July 20, 2009)
"Right now, we're standing in a sinkhole, with regards to HIV and TB [tuberculosis] treatment" in Africa, said HIV/AIDS advocate Paula Akugizibwe in an eloquent, passionate speech at IAS 2009. "Until we do some serious work, and invest money and time on creating human rights sensitization ... and the imperative of governments to fund this right, then everything else we're doing is essentially self-defeating."
In The 5th International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention, from TheBodyPRO.com
"HIV Does Not Define Me" (November/December 2005)
Jim Pickett has embraced his role as an HIV-positive public speaker, but he loathes people who treat him like little more than a walking virus.
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