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Interviews with four HIV-positive parents about how they talk with their children about HIV.
CATIE asks four HIV-positive people about their relationship with antiretroviral therapy: "Is it your BFF, your mother-in-law, your longest relationship?"
What can HIV-positive women who are entering menopause expect? CATIE spoke with experts and a woman who has gone through the experience to find out.
Some were diagnosed, some during their youth, but they all have something to tell you about their experience.
Some call it inflammation, some call it immune activation. No matter what you call it, it's chronic and needs to be addressed, according to these experts.
Collectively, these four Canadians have been undetectable for over 23 years -- and they have stories to share.
Louise Binder, 65
Toronto HIV+ Since 1994
Brian Farlinger was a lawyer who worked for the Canadian Bankers Association before he was diagnosed with HIV. He became a leader in the early HIV activist community and was one of the founders of AIDS Acti...
Robert MacLeod, 36
Halifax HIV+: 8 years Job: Medical lab technologist
How many tattoos do you have?
Why so many?
This is a question I get asked a lot. Tattoos are my passion, my hobby, my obsession. I got each one for a different ...
Visual artist Andrew McPhail thinks about his art "in terms of being a person with HIV and how if I didn't tell you I had HIV, you probably wouldn't know." In an interview with RonniLynn Pustil, McPhail discusses how he mixes tragedy, humor, burkas a...