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President, Capital City AIDS Fund
Providing both is how Capital City AIDS Fund tackles the twin pandemics.
Capital City AIDS Fund helps distribute condoms and offers some sexy prevention advice.
How a young man who died in 1995 helps HIV-positive students attend college today
As the U.S. Conference on AIDS theme is “Ending the Epidemics in Their Memory,” Joyce Mitchell recalls Tom DesRosier.
Don’t be so sure, responds Cupid in this real-life tale of activism and romance.
It’s true that overall HIV rates are declining in our country, but progress has been uneven.
Sacramento artists donate works to raise funds for college students living with HIV.
I know two people battling HPV-related cancer. Remember: Condoms save lives—and not just by preventing HIV.
Like the “Bruin Love Station,” this UCD cart hands out condoms and prevention messages—thanks to Capital City AIDS Fund.
After calls to lawmakers and activists, here’s what I learned about those Ryan White dollars.
I’ve gone full circle with TV’s “AIDS Lifeline” and the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.
Just ask Nicholaus Johnson, a former “junkie” with AIDS who is now a sober college student helping the HIV community.
Thanks to Capital City AIDS Fund, the cart hands out condoms and safe-sex materials to college students.
For one thing, the iconic entertainer helped us earn funds to build an HIV/AIDS clinic.
This is why Capital City AIDS Fund provides scholarships—and condoms.
Say what? That statement has me wondering why condoms and PrEP can’t get along, especially as sexually transmitted infections spike.
Plus: How Greg Louganis supported the scholarships and spread the word about CCAF condom dispensers
…and earned an Emmy in the process!
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