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Long-time survivor, writer on all things HIV
Bob Leahy reflects on a life-changing experience that altered the course of his HIV advocacy.
As Bob Leahy faces open-heart surgery, he wonders how elders in the HIV movement are best served and whether they even need HIV services.
Bob Leahy’s personal story illustrates how the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines in Canada exposes privilege, ageism and inequities.
Has anything good—anything at all—come out of the COVID-19 pandemic? Bob Leahy searches and finds five things.
The 90-90-90 HIV targets expire at the end of 2020. Bob Leahy looks at what comes next and what role people living with HIV can play.
Intergenerational learning is vital. Here are six ideas I hope to convey during an upcoming youth HIV leadership conference.
You’ve heard about the 90-90-90 HIV targets. But what about measuring quality of life? Bob Leahy wonders about adding a fourth 90.
Survey says Canadian PLWHIV have often been struggling—but they are resilient
How a Canadian living with HIV has coped with being a shut-in, and what he has learned about himself—and about us
Here’s a consistent message for guys looking to hook up: “Just say no.”
From the new coronavirus to “unsafe” sex, Bob Leahy writes about how we all process risk differently and why that’s OK.
From someone in his 70s
Vacations and their healthful benefits, writes Bob Leahy, are largely and unfairly out of reach for many low-income people living with HIV.
Bob Leahy says our elderly HIV-positive folks are misunderstood, under-researched and largely ignored. That has to change.
But despite our differences, writes Bob Leahy, the search for common ground is key.
Bob Leahy relates how his own HIV journey intertwines remarkably with the 25 year history of POZ magazine
Bob Leahy says the public has to know what HIV looks like in 2019, not 1989.
Bob Leahy remembers going to the movies and crying, knowing he had found the key to handling his HIV diagnosis.
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