The March 2013 issue of POZ magazine is online.

Here’s an excerpt from my editor’s letter:

Too many people with HIV/AIDS in the United States are not connected to care. The reasons vary, but they all lead to the same sad result--only a small percentage of HIV-positive people in this country are virally suppressed, which is the ultimate goal of treatment.

Monica Johnson, Donald Head and Lisa Mendez all struggled successfully to get and stay linked to care. Go to page 30 to read how they avoided falling through the cracks and how a collective approach that includes patients, providers and advocates working together can start to repair health care for people with HIV/AIDS nationwide.

To read my complete letter from the editor, click here.