Busted! Georgia Prison Study Shakes Down Some HIV Myths A new study tracking HIV through the Georgia prison system is busting some myths about life behind bars and raising questions about why condoms are still so much harder for inmates to get their hands on than junk food, cigarettes and dirty tattoo needles.
April 19, 2006
Faces in the Crowd: Positive Immigrants Protest Bill HIV positive Chileans, Mexicans and Dominicans were among the more than 100,000 people who crossed the Brooklyn Bridge last week to protest the controversial new immigration bill working its way through Congress.
April 12, 2006
Kids in Crisis: The African Diary of Alicia Keys When Grammy winner and global AIDS ambassador Alicia Keys visited a children’s HIV clinic in Mombasa, Kenya last Thursday, it was supposed to be a private trip, some discreet face time with children getting meds through the U.S.-based Keep a Child Alive (KCA).
April 11, 2006
Your Letters to Regan "You have just strengthened the strategy this country needs to fight this battle. I want you to know that there are so many others like you. We are in colossal numbers..."
"Transsexuals of color have no faces except on porn sites and mug shots at the local county jail. For sure not in HIV+ America..."
April 05, 2006
No Blacks Allowed? A Drug Trial Comes Under Fire Charges of discrimination and bad science are dampening excitement at Schering-Plough this year about a whole new type of drug that might treat hepatitis C virus (HCV) sufferers who don’t benefit from the current two-drug regimen.
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