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Why Calling HIV “Chronic” To Me Sounds Too “All Lives Matter”

Why Calling HIV “Chronic” To Me Sounds Too “All Lives Matter”

Although HIV may be a “chronic” illness that is manageable, the epidemic is still a major problem in the black community.

By: George M. Johnson

Why Calling HIV “Chronic” To Me Sounds Too “All Lives Matter”

By: George M. Johnson
September 21st
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September 21st
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Why Calling HIV “Chronic” To Me Sounds Too “All Lives Matter”

South African Study Explores HIV & Chronic Pain

South African Study Explores HIV & Chronic Pain

When one thinks about chronic conditions that are painful, HIV may not typically come to mind.

By: Alex Kopel

South African Study Explores HIV & Chronic Pain

By: Alex Kopel
September 20th
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September 20th
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South African Study Explores HIV & Chronic Pain

USCA Celebrates 20th Anniversary At Hollywood, FL Conference

USCA Celebrates 20th Anniversary At Hollywood, FL Conference

USCA provides a platform for individuals and organizations across the U.S. to converge on the topics of HIV testing, treatment and prevention.

By: Stephen Lucin

USCA Celebrates 20th Anniversary At Hollywood, FL Conference

By: Stephen Lucin
September 19th
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September 19th
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USCA Celebrates 20th Anniversary At Hollywood, FL Conference

STUDY: Anxiety and Mood Disorders More Prevalent in Gay and Bisexual HIV-Positive Men

STUDY: Anxiety and Mood Disorders More Prevalent in Gay and Bisexual HIV-Positive Men

HIV-positive gay and bisexual men are almost ten times more likely to be hospitalized because of mood and anxiety disorder.

By: Alex Kopel

STUDY: Anxiety and Mood Disorders More Prevalent in Gay and Bisexual HIV-Positive Men

By: Alex Kopel
September 16th
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September 16th
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STUDY: Anxiety and Mood Disorders More Prevalent in Gay and Bisexual HIV-Positive Men

National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day, September 18th

National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day, September 18th

Half of people living with HIV in the U.S., roughly 600,000 individuals, are 50 years old or older and are approaching retirement.

By: Alex Kopel

National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day, September 18th

By: Alex Kopel
September 15th
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September 15th
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National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day, September 18th

Mi cama bajo vigilancia 

Mi cama bajo vigilancia 

‘Reactivo’ como radiactivo. Fue ella la que me comunicó que mi intimidad, ahora más que nunca, era de interés policial.

By: Miguel Caballero

Mi cama bajo vigilancia 

By: Miguel Caballero
September 14th
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September 14th
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Mi cama bajo vigilancia