HIV Day 392: My Birthday Wish (Video) (Posted: August 2012)
"For my 33rd birthday, I ask my viewers to help spread the word about 'My HIV Journey' and to join me in the fight of HIV/AIDS. I also reflect on the last year and my recent lab results, and I end with a challenge to all of you."
Understanding Your Lab Tests (Video) (Posted: August 2012)
"As an HIV patient there are lab tests that you will become accustomed to. This is a video that briefly explains these tests and what they are measuring."
I Refuse to Live With HIV in Silence (Posted: August 2012)
"Some of you may watch my videos and find them boring or simply uninteresting, and that is OK. I make my videos to help raise the awareness of HIV/AIDS as well as to let people see the ups and downs related to HIV."
HIV Testing: Does It Contribute to Stigma? A Blog Entry by Sarah Sacco (June 27, 2011)
"In getting tested myself, I had to go through "pre-counseling" ... I can see how, if a person ended up testing negative, they would think that perhaps somebody testing positive had to have done ALL of the things on the list. And that leads to some assumptions about people who test positive for HIV."
Two Plus Two Equals Seven, Doesn't It? A Blog Entry by Ed Perlmutter (October 26, 2010)
"I did not ask for an HIV test because I had never asked for an HIV test ... And somewhere between here and there (1999? 2002? 2004? who knows the year, really?), HIV lost much of its high-profile status both in my consciousness and in the media."
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