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Study: Quality of Life Improves After Starting Second-Line HIV Treatment

Study: Quality of Life Improves After Starting Second-Line HIV Treatment

For people whose first-line HIV treatment has failed, second-line treatment gives hope for a better quality of life.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study: Quality of Life Improves After Starting Second-Line HIV Treatment

By: Grant Schleifer
February 2nd
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February 2nd
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Study: Quality of Life Improves After Starting Second-Line HIV Treatment

Study Shows Cannabis Could Prevent Cognitive Decline in People with HIV

Study Shows Cannabis Could Prevent Cognitive Decline in People with HIV

This is a follow-up article to a story we posted back in December, 2017.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study Shows Cannabis Could Prevent Cognitive Decline in People with HIV

By: Grant Schleifer
January 2nd
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January 2nd
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Study Shows Cannabis Could Prevent Cognitive Decline in People with HIV

George's LGBTea: Trump Administration CDC Word Ban Continues Attack on Marginalized Bodies

George's LGBTea: Trump Administration CDC Word Ban Continues Attack on Marginalized Bodies

This follows a trend with the Trump Administration when it comes to attacking the rights of women and transgender individuals.

By: George M. Johnson

George's LGBTea: Trump Administration CDC Word Ban Continues Attack on Marginalized Bodies

By: George M. Johnson
December 18th
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December 18th
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George's LGBTea: Trump Administration CDC Word Ban Continues Attack on Marginalized Bodies

George’s LGBTea: HIV After the Hurricanes

George’s LGBTea: HIV After the Hurricanes

The struggles continue for those trying to stay in treatment.

By: George M. Johnson

George’s LGBTea: HIV After the Hurricanes

By: George M. Johnson
November 29th
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November 29th
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George's LGBTea: One Year With No White House HIV/AIDS Strategy - A Timeline of Chaos

George's LGBTea: One Year With No White House HIV/AIDS Strategy - A Timeline of Chaos

There are still over 1.1 million people living with HIV in America, with 1 in 7 living with it unknowingly.

By: George M. Johnson

George's LGBTea: One Year With No White House HIV/AIDS Strategy - A Timeline of Chaos

By: George M. Johnson
November 8th
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November 8th
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George's LGBTea: One Year With No White House HIV/AIDS Strategy - A Timeline of Chaos

A POZ Girl's Guide to Dating: Hello, I'm Kelly

A POZ Girl's Guide to Dating: Hello, I'm Kelly

Alright let’s be honest, dating is a mind fuck. Especially in a big city like Los Angeles where there are literally five million other fish in the sea and so many opportunities and ways to meet them. Dating is exciting and fun, but then again it can be heart wrenching and psychosis-inducing. Throw HIV into mix and let the madness ensue. My name is Kelly Gluckman, and I’ve been living and dating with HIV in Los Angeles for almost five years. Here’s the abridged version of my story; I contracted HIV in 2010 from an ex-boyfriend who was dishonest and disloyal. He has no idea where, when, or from whom he contracted the virus, but it’s likely he had it before we started having sex. I was angry and devastated, but the fact is that
By: Kelly Gluckman

A POZ Girl's Guide to Dating: Hello, I'm Kelly

By: Kelly Gluckman
March 13th
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March 13th
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A POZ Girl's Guide to Dating: Hello, I'm Kelly

Why Are Women With HIV Dying Earlier Than Men?

Why Are Women With HIV Dying Earlier Than Men?

Survey by PWN-USA reveals stark shortcomings, emphasizes need for adequate Ryan White funding.

By: David Heitz

Why Are Women With HIV Dying Earlier Than Men?

By: David Heitz
March 10th
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March 10th
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Why Are Women With HIV Dying Earlier Than Men?

WATCH: HIV-Positive Dancer Vogues Through Colombia in New Music Video

WATCH: HIV-Positive Dancer Vogues Through Colombia in New Music Video

Kia Labeija, from the New York City ball scene's legendary House of Labeija, is a creative force of nature. 

By: Tyler Curry

WATCH: HIV-Positive Dancer Vogues Through Colombia in New Music Video

By: Tyler Curry
February 11th
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February 11th
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WATCH: HIV-Positive Dancer Vogues Through Colombia in New Music Video

Ok Ladies Now Lets Get in Formation: On Beyoncé, Being Black, and HIV

Ok Ladies Now Lets Get in Formation: On Beyoncé, Being Black, and HIV

Come through Big Freedia, come through natural hair, come through Southern swag, come through black lives, and take your rightful seats on the throne of excellence!

 

By: Ashley Innes

Ok Ladies Now Lets Get in Formation: On Beyoncé, Being Black, and HIV

By: Ashley Innes
February 9th
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February 9th
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Getting Pregnant While HIV-Positive in 2016

Getting Pregnant While HIV-Positive in 2016

In many ways, one of our greatest success stories in the fight against HIV/AIDS to date has been our ability to reduce dramatically the rate of new HIV infections being passed from mother to child. 

 

By: Robert Cigan

Getting Pregnant While HIV-Positive in 2016

By: Robert Cigan
January 21st
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January 21st
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Getting Pregnant While HIV-Positive in 2016