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Global health consultant, activist and former editor-in-chief, POZ
This year, the future looks more hopeful for people at risk for and living with HIV than ever.
I remain deeply committed to doing what I can to help usher in what science tells us is possible
You will be personally engaged in the action and have a direct impact on decisions that impact the lives of tens of millions of people.
The normalcy with which my sister treats the news I have HIV takes all the bluster out of the stigma surrounding disease.
How is it that we must choose between the ability to educate future generations affordably and keep them safe from preventable diseases?
If my doctor had told me I’d live to see the 30th anniversary of AIDS, when I was diagnosed 15 years ago, I wouldn’t have believed him.
President Barack Obama has called for an ’AIDS-free generation.’ He wants the beginning of the end of AIDS to be one of his legacies.
I confess. I am totally addicted to the ’Shit People Say’ YouTube phenom. It started with ’Shit Girls Say’ and went wildly viral from there.
AIDS Action Committee bets GMHC over the Super Bowl to help people with HIV.
I really hope that the wonderful vision for the NYC AIDS Memorial is realized and that when it is, all who pass into the bright, light, reflec...
POZ’s new media partnership with the XIX International AIDS Conference offers you a front row seat to AIDS2012!
Listen to my appearance on The Brian Lehrer Show on World AIDS Day 2011. We talk about The POZ 100 : 100 People, Things and Ideas We Love.
Will President Barack Obama pledge to up America’s ante in the global AIDS fight this Thursday, World AIDS Day?
If we could end poverty, wouldn’t we? If we could stop all future war, wouldn’t we? If we could end world hunger, wouldn’t we?
App called “Is my son gay?” would like to convince its users that a series of 20 questions can establish a male child’s sexual orientation.
Empirical evidence suggests we can end AIDS--maybe even in our lifetimes.
Unfortunately, PrEP will probably remain in the domain of the haves, not in that of the have-nots. Treatment as prevention is not going...
I lay in bed, reflecting on the weird irony of that.
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