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Sue Saltmarsh asks, "Considering all the ways one can contract an STI, as well as all available prevention methods, is the porn industry's use of condoms really where attention should be paid?"
Filmmaker Envisions 100 Screenings of Hard-Hitting Film About HIV in the U.S. South for World AIDS Day
Filmmaker Lisa Biagiotti was curious about the statistics, but those numbers have now become people to her. She envisions screenings across the nation to spur action against the epidemic in the Southern U.S.
"In terms of Ryan White, I don't think there's any real threat to the funding. When you get into the more contentious issues of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) I think it's anyone's guess as to what's going to happen."
"As I finally turned off the TV at 2 a.m. on Nov. 5, incredulous and in despair about the results of the election, I asked myself how it was possible."
Not all plans are the same in cost or coverage for what you'll need when you're starting treatment for HIV. Use these tips and resources to help you find the best possible plan for your needs.
The biggest barrier may be a lack of knowledge (including among HIV service providers) about the resources that are available to help people prepare for, obtain and keep a good job. Here's how to learn what's out there.
"We can _all_ take steps to lead in our communities, whether we're living with HIV or diabetes or we're completely healthy," says Todd Heywood. "We have an obligation to build up our community and make it better than it was when we got there."
Is fear holding you back? Go job-hunting with these "arrows" to hit a bull's-eye with prospective employers.
Long-Term AIDS Survivors Gather in San Francisco, With Vision of National Network of Elders, Teachers and Leaders
Let's Kick Ass (LKA) holds second annual town hall meeting, and aspires to more support and services for survivors, education and outreach activities, and a political and policy agenda.
The longtime activist group calls for a 90% price reduction, citing that the federal government could negotiate or overturn the drug's patent.