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From daily fashion statements to his fearless statements of other kinds, in life Stephen was impossible to miss.
In Stephen Gendin’s death, Larry Kramer sees every HIVer’s future. And the reason for us to be heroes again.
Now that HAART-for-life is a bust, IL-2 -- the immune-boosting drug that gets a rise out of your CD4 cells -- has been reborn.
ACT UP/San Francisco says AIDS is not a killer disease but a vast homophobic conspiracy -- and they’ll do almost anything to make that point
Stephen Gendin was the irrreplacable It Boy of AIDS and queer activism. His comrades. lovers, and friends explain.
A freedom-song refrain
Critics raise troubling questions about NIAID’s five-year ESPRIT megatrial of IL-2 plus HAART vs. HAART alone.
This is one of those photos deemed too shocking for the International AIDS Conference. You decide.
Mohammed Ali was tortured and imprisoned in his native Ethiopia for his political views.
Finally there’s a good reason to wait in line at the DMV.
It was all about money at the American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR) “Honoring with Pride” event held on Ellis Island this summer.
No matter what his hair color, I always found consolation in the little scar on Stephen Gendin’s right temple.
The National Bishop’s Conference of Brazil last June restricted its opposition to Catholic’s condom use.
In May, UNAIDS urged five companies to say they’d cut the prices of anti-HIV drugs in poor countries.
AIDS hoaxes, scams, and scares are as old as the epidemic itself.
The new ad for hivstopwithme.org is everywhere—on billboards, web banners, and even in POZ.
“Are we supposed to believe to be carrying a sign or something?” one woman whispers to another in the confused, but calm throng.
New York City’s PWA Health Group quietly closed its doors in May ending a notable chapter in the history of AIDS treatment.
Whatever happened to AIDS ed in schools? Don’t tune in to Campaign 2000 for the answer.
Whatever happened to AIDS activism? Stephen Gendin dares his comrades to bite the hand that feeds ‘em.
Mark Schoofs of The Village Voice went to African to report on history’s worst health crisis and came out with a Pulitzer Prize.
The 13th International AIDS Conference was the scientific conference gone political.
The AIDS shindig in South Africa marked an eclipse of HAART-for-life and the dawning of cheap meds for poor nations.
The Durban AIDS conference uncorked no magnum breakthroughs but did not serve up a few tantalizing tidbits on possible advances. Some just mig...
Do blips on the viral radar screen mean you should (A) switch your medications or (B) try super-toxic-mega-HAART?
HAART’s unavailability in poor countries with skyrocketing HIV rates denies people with HIV life-extending treatment and lower viral loads.
If promise alone could bring new HIV drugs to marker, tipranavir would have already been approved, bottled, and gracing a pharmacy near you.
HIV positive women juggling many meds may find The Woman’s Pharmacy is a must-have.
Ingrown nails are a pain for many HIVers. Nurse says postpone the pedicure and start soaking.
What killed Stephen Gendin?
Light is a mysterious thing, and the sight of it peopling a crowd of candleholders deepens the mystery.