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February 27, 2012
Qutenza Still a Prescription for Pain
The FDA probably will not approve Qutenza as a treatment for HIV-associated peripheral neuropathy, but the novel pain patches can still be prescribed for anyone who might benefit from them. For many, however, it will ultimately come down to a question of cost and insurance reimbursement.
Why Do We Need AIDS Advocacy Now?
There is a perfect storm of events happening simultaneously this year. This gives the HIV/AIDS community a once in a lifetime opportunity to change the way the world responds to the HIV pandemic—for the better.
February 22, 2012
Mondo's All Star Auction
U.S. Attorney Requires Drug Tests for AIDS Protesters
Medical marijuana and HIV meds could put a defendant in jail. Sign a petition to end this policy.
February 15, 2012
Congresswoman Barbara Lee
Barbara LeeU.S. Representative Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) fearlessly leads the charge on Capitol Hill for people with HIV. She needs all the support she can get to rally the rest of Congress to champion the cause. (Watch video.)
February 14, 2012
AIDS: This Four-Letter Word Doesn’t Have to Be a Curse
Years after her dad died in 1991 of AIDS complications from drug use, WNBA player Candice Wiggins reached this conclusion: Stigma and denial in the black community help the virus take more lives.

February 13, 2012
It Takes Two
Testing Together helps male couples learn their HIV status and strengthen their relationships.
February 10, 2012
2012 amfAR New York Gala
Are red ribbons still in vogue? They were at a fund-raising celebration to kick-off New York Fashion Week hosted by amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, on February 8 at Cipriani Wall Street. 
February 08, 2012
ARF Voices for a Vaccine Screening
Rachel Zoe, star of The Rachel Zoe Project, celebrity stylist and fierce fashionista, teamed up with HIV activist Fortunata Kasege for a new public service announcement for the Abzyme Research Foundation (ARF). 
February 03, 2012
GMHC's Kiss & Tell Campaign
Last July, Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC) launched an HIV-prevention campaign called “Kiss & Tell” in New York City. The campaign is relaunching this year—just in time for Valentine’s Day. 
Gran Fury Exhibition
A new exhibition featuring the work of the AIDS activist art collective Gran Fury is on display at the 80WSE Gallery in New York City until March 17. 
February 01, 2012
Sh*t People Say About AIDS
POZ rides the "Sh*t Girls Say" YouTube wave with "Sh*t People Say About AIDS." It's proof positive that misperceptions, myths and stigma still surround HIV. Get the facts at poz.com. (Watch video)
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