The Voice of a Generation
Jamar Rogers, the 30-year-old HIV-positive contestant on NBC's singing competition The Voice, has quickly become a fan favorite. Although he certainly has the musical talent to back up the support he has amassed, it is his candid interviews about his previous drug use and his inspirational insights on living life that have captivated the HIV community.
April 20, 2012
GMHC's 30th Anniversary Gala
Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC) commemorated its 30th anniversary with a fund-raising gala on April 18 at Gotham Hall in New York City.
April 16, 2012
Tinderbox Author Hopes to Ignite Dialogue About HIV Prevention Tinderbox, a new book coauthored by journalist Craig Timberg and Daniel Halperin, PhD, compares colonialism’s role in the early spread of HIV in Africa with today’s international efforts to combat the virus. In a provocative move, Halperin and Timberg juxtapose present-day international HIV experts with cutthroat, profit-driven colonials.
April 12, 2012
A Piece of Me
The National Disease Research Interchange is one of the only nationwide programs collecting tissues and organs from HIV-positive people, both live and deceased, to help advance AIDS treatment and cure research. AIDSmeds editor-in-chief Tim Horn learns more about its HIV donor program before deciding whether or not to sign on the bottom line.
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