Sharing the Prevention Road Map
The Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise, or the Enterprise, is an independent organization that promotes collaboration and supports new approaches to addressing the challenges in HIV vaccine research.
December 27, 2010
The Top Tens of 2010
Our year-end wrap-up of the hottest stories, top videos and treatment news that got you talking.
December 15, 2010
U.S. and South Africa Sign 5-Year HIV/AIDS Partnership
The United States and South Africa have signed a five-year partnership under the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) that will guide future HIV/AIDS efforts in South Africa, according to a PEPFAR statement. (Watch video.)
December 14, 2010
Yolanda Rodriguez-Escobar: Bridging the Gap for Mexican-American Women Following years of studying and working—all while raising a family—Yolanda Rodriguez-Escobar recently completed her PhD in social work at the University of Texas at Austin. She is currently a teacher, but previously she founded and held the executive director position at Mujeres Unidas Contra el SIDA in San Antonio. Rodriguez-Escobar tells us the ins and outs of her inspiring work.
December 12, 2010
TAG Research in Action Awards On Sunday, December 12 Treatment Action Group
held it’s annual awards ceremony at The Gallery of the historic Astor Center in
New York City.
December 06, 2010
Monica Sweeney: Meeting New York City’s Need for HIV/AIDS Public Health Options
Everywhere Monica Sweeney, MD, MPH, looked—whether at schools, private practices or the community in general—she saw a need for information and medical services for people living with the virus. Now, as the director of the New York City Bureau of HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control, Sweeney addresses those needs with prevention and treatment programs to help keep Big Apple residents healthy.
JoAnne Keatley: Providing Transgender Resources and Combating Prejudice As a Latina and a transgender person, JoAnne Keatley has spent much of her life trying to fight bias and discrimination and give voice to her community. Now Keatley is the director of the Center of Excellence for Transgender Health at the University of California, San Francisco, where she works to create and expand positive and accessible health care services for the transgender community. Here Keatley tells POZ.com what drives and inspires her, and what she hopes for in the future.
Mondo Guerra Cuts Through Stigma
Mondo Guerra, the Project Runway star, cut through stigma in 2010 by disclosing his HIV-positive status on television. He poses for the cover of POZ and shares his insights. (Watch video.)
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