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Transgender Day of Remembrance

Many Brave the Cold Winds for New York City's 20th Annual Transgender Day of Remembrance

"Let these names burn in your heart to fuel your desire to live."

AIDS Memorial Instagram Account

I Was Blocked From the AIDS Memorial Instagram Account for Asking About Diversity

One man's online memorial is "a potentially beautiful project," Giuliani Alvarenga writes. However, "[t]he problem? His project lacks diversity."

The Man Who Buried Them Remembers: A Blog Entry by Mark S. King Img

The Man Who Buried Them Remembers: A Blog Entry by Mark S. King

Mark S. King sits down with Tom Bonderenko, a Baltimore-based former priest, who says that burying people who died of AIDS in the '80s was the most important, meaningful thing he has ever done.

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Boston Strong -- 1 Year Later

The first person living with what used to be called "full-blown AIDS" to run the Boston Marathon, Stephen Kovacev, tells of running it one year after the Boston bombing tragedy.

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In Loving Memory: Brandon Lacy Campos

Our community has lost a powerful voice with the passing of activist and blogger William Brandon Lacy Campos. Our thoughts and condolences are with Brandon's family and friends. We at feel privileged to have been part of Brand...

The Ultimate Unscheduled Event: A Blog Entry by Steven M. Natterstad, M.D. Img

The Ultimate Unscheduled Event: A Blog Entry by Steven M. Natterstad, M.D.

"You, Dr. Bob's global online family, have suffered an immeasurable loss," writes Steven Natterstad, M.D. ("Dr. Steve"). In this blog post, Dr. Steve writes about the life and loss of his husband and partner for 18 years, Robert Frascino, M.D. -- a.k...

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David Pasquarelli Dies; Questioned Link Between HIV and AIDS

AIDS activist David Pasquarelli, who challenged medical findings that HIV causes AIDS and opposed increased funding to fight the epidemic, died March 8 from complications of HIV. He was 36. After his 1995 diagnosis with HIV, he "committed his life to...

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Jason Robertson Dies at 23; Fought Efforts to Isolate Him in School Because of HIV Status

Jason Robertson, 23, died Thursday in Granite City, Ill. At age 5, Robertson was diagnosed with HIV; he contracted the virus through hemophilia blood products. At his mother's suggestion, the Granite City School District used a special classroom trai...

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Nigerian AIDS Campaigner, "Hero of Public Health" and Brother of Afrobeat Legend, Dead at 75

Olikoye Ransome-Kuti, an outspoken former Nigerian health minister, influential AIDS campaigner and brother of the late African music superstar Fela, has died. Ransome-Kuti, 75, died Sunday in a London hotel while on a business trip. A post-mortem ex...

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Obituary: Stephen Burrus -- Helped Raise Millions to Assist People Affected by HIV, AIDS

Stephen Burrus, 53, a charity fund-raiser and event planner who devoted two decades to helping people with HIV/AIDS, died Aug 7 of AIDS complications at Ewing Center in Oak Cliff, Texas. Burrus raised more than $4 million for nonprofit services that ...