Saving lives and empowering those affected by HIV/AIDS and related illnesses.
TPAN envisions a world positively aware of HIV/AIDS and related illnesses.
On behalf of those affected by HIV/AIDS and related illnesses, TPAN strives to:
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"We were trying to make sense of it all before we could even fully develop into who we were as people ... and these experiences have shaped our lives for better or for worse," says filmmaker Grissel Granados in a voiceover for We're Still Here, a s...
By the time advocates came together for the second HIV Is Not a Crime gathering in Huntsville, Alabama, they were celebrating the Colorado Mod Squad's victory in the Colorado legislature -- the second such win in the nation.
Five years ago, the list of hepatitis C (HCV) treatment options would have been very short. We now have seven FDA approved direct acting antivirals (DAAs), as well as ribavirin, for treating all HCV genotypes. With so many options, there can be confu...
With so much talk about aging with HIV, how does the conversation change when gender identity is added to the mix?
"This is one article on aging and HIV that will challenge the concept of people living with HIV having an early expiration date," writes David Alain Wohl, M.D.
"When I retired in 1992, my goal was to be here for the Atlanta Olympics in 1996," Jesse Peel states. "Then the new HIV drug cocktail happened, and my goals just kept spreading further out in front of me. I'm hoping to reach 80."
Kenyon Farrow spoke with two activists living with HIV to hear, from their perspectives, where activism fits into the work to change the course of the epidemic for black gay men's lives.