Jim Pickett is the senior director of prevention advocacy and gay men’s health at AIDS Foundation Chicago. His work focuses on research and implementation advocacy in support of new HIV prevention technologies.
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To prevent HIV, we must invest in preventative care, including lab tests.
"[L]et's focus on how U=U should impact our delivery of HIV care services to people living with HIV," Jim Pickett writes.
HIV has forced me to separate the bull from the shit, make priorities, get real.
Sounds familiar, doesn't it?
Meanwhile, back at the ranch -- the USA Not OK Corral -- gay men in the land of milk and honey continue to go hungry in the d...
I slipped away from a group with whom I was traveling through Spain several years ago, caught a taxi in front of my hotel after a noshie dinner of tapas and Rioja, and had the driver drop me at the so non-descript as to be practically in...
On October 10, in exactly two weeks, I will run 26.2 miles in the Chicago Marathon.
I began training for this day in April, via the AIDS Marathon Training Program. This program, which exists in Washington, DC, Los Angeles, San Francisco...
This year marks the 15th anniversary of Chicago's Test Positive Aware Network. What began as an informal meeting, held in founder Chris Clason's living room nearly two decades ago, has survived the myriad growing pains becoming an established agenc...