"The ancestral roots of our resistance run deep. They are alive, vibrant with the brilliance and passion of those who came before us, even if many of them are no longer walking among us," says JD Davids.
President-Elect Donald J. Trump: An HIV-Positive Born-Again Christian's Perspective -- A Blog Entry by Josh Middleton
Josh Middleton calls Trump's HIV policy "a blind coin toss with the outcome unknown," and wonders why he hasn't yet acknowledged the over 1.2 million people living with HIV in the U.S.
"Analyzing key players is critical to restructuring [our] strategy and educating people living with HIV as to what these appointments might mean for their future," AIDS United writes.
The story of HIV is overly narrow within many circles, says Ted Kerr. "In the dim light of a Trump administration, this mistake will compound our problems," he warns.
With equal parts of grief and steely resolve, Jennifer Avril mourns lost friends and those at risk -- issuing a call for all of us to protect what and whom we love, no matter what it takes.
If Price's Empowering Patients First Act is any indication, all the sickest and most vulnerable people who were aided by Obamacare are about to be unceremoniously kicked to the curb, says Drew Gibson.
The year 2016 has by no means been typical, and the world of HIV medicine is no exception. Olivia G. Ford and Warren Tong bring you this adaptation of TheBodyPRO.com’s annual “Top 10 HIV Clinical Developments.”
As the world pauses to mark World AIDS Day on December 1st, The AIDS Institute sent a letter to President-elect Donald J. Trump urging him and his Administration to maintain U.S. leadership in the fight against HIV/AIDS, both domestically and globall...
The HIV community's robust history of resistance, resilience and victories calls us to action today, says JD Davids. It can feel overwhelming, but he's got #ActivistBasics tools to help.
"Make room at the table for the people who held their noses and voted for Trump, and the rural Democrats who stayed home on election night," advises Matt Ebert. "We have common ground."