Interviews With People Working on the Frontlines of HIV in the U.S.
HIV Frontlines is a podcast series from TheBody.com in which we talk with the men and women who work at the forefront of HIV prevention and care in the United States. Whether they're providing HIV education to gay men in Connecticut porn shops, empowering young homeless girls to avoid HIV, or devising the best way for African-American churches to tackle the delicate issue of HIV education, these individuals are the driving force behind efforts to fight HIV in the country where the virus was first identified more than 25 years ago.
HIV Services Community Outreach and Education Coordinator, Harlem Hospital Center, New York City
HIV Counseling and Testing Program Coordinator, Adolescent Initiative, Children's Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa.
HIV Consultant, New Haven, Conn.
Debbie Hagins, M.D.
Clinical Director, Chatham County Health Department Infectious Disease Clinic, Savannah, Ga.
Gil Robertson IV
Journalist, Marietta, Ga.
HIV Program Coordinator, Women in Need, New York City
Gary Paul Wright
Founder, African American Office of Gay Concerns, Newark, N.J.
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