Elizabeth Warren's newly released plan for LGBTQ Americans proves she gets the epidemic on a level beyond just medical and personal.
My History of HIV Meds, Side Effects and Maintaining Adherence in Prison: A Blog Entry by Tim Hinkhouse
"Some serious thought has been put into how I've managed to live this long -- so many years beyond the original expiration date given by the doctor who broke the news to me," Tim Hinkhouse reflects as he looks at back at his 26 years on -- and off --...
HIV treatment can be interrupted when people with HIV leave jails, prisons or other detention facilities without sufficient resources or support. What help is needed, and which groups provide discharge planning and link people to care?
What's it like to try to adhere to HIV meds in prison? Drawing from his professional and personal experience, imprisoned physician Gabriel Torres, M.D., reveals the reality and offers strategies.
Each time the prison nurses ran out of Tim Hinkhouse's meds, he filed a grievance. After they found out he is excellent at articulating himself when writing complaints, they took him and his health issues seriously.
We think about adherence as a personal challenge. But when imprisoned, people may face steep institutional barriers to getting their HIV treatment. Imprisoned advocate Kerry Thomas and HIV doc Tim Flanigan share strategies for keeping up behind bars....
You may have seen J'Mia Edwards in the powerful documentary The Other City. But being an inspiration to others doesn't make a person immune to the challenges of everyday life with HIV.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration has awarded AIDS Services of Austin a five-year, $1.6 million grant to fund a program targeting black residents who were recently incarcerated, the Austin Business Journal reports. The gra...