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The POZ 100-Accelerating the End of AIDS

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Russell Matthews

I am HIV+, and I am also a convicted felon at a Ga Transitional Center working a Job and I am having a hard time finding a place to Parole out to because the Parole Board has spec. conditions such as me telling a roommate that I am Positive. Were can I find housing that I can live at, and not be put out onto the streets. I need help and I dont know were to go for it.

March 18, 2013 Forest Park

jorge moras

Iam so happy with your artical about protesting for not cuts for funds, here in florida, no body is doing much for any thing related to aids, tallahasse people seems to care about the epidemic at any level, the sistem it is soo fragment that is almost imposible to live with HIV or Aids having peace of mine,betwen the funds and the stigma here all over florida we not doing any good, I did a lot for the cause before Iam still doing working for the ADAP program but it is a desaster for the clients.

November 30, 2012 miami

Roger

On this Thanksgiving Day, I'm grateful for POZ, its articles and connection to the World. When diagnosed in 2001, POZ was only an e-slice of all it contains now. I'm thankful to its Board and Director who have made it the professional source it is today.

November 22, 2012 Cheyenne

Vincent

This is not a happy ending for the 10's of 1000's of us who live in subsidized housing due to our HIV/AIDS diagnosis. It will cause catastrophic homelessness in every state. I myself have stopped taking my meds so my CD4 drops lower then what these scientists can "cure" I'm sure others will do the same. Thanks for ruining Thanksgiving for those of us in HIV/AIDS subsidized housing

November 20, 2012 NYC

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