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Paul Semugoma, MD, an openly gay physician from Uganda, advocates for LGBT and HIV/AIDS issues.
The 2012 POZ 100 recognizes people who have made a significant contribution to speeding up the end of AIDS.
Accelerating the End of AIDS
When it comes to the fight against HIV, the founder of the Elton John AIDS Foundation believes we need allies, not enemies.
For uninsured HIV-positive people with low incomes, applying for free or discounted HIV meds just got a little bit easier.
When the Russian Ministry of Health failed to procure HIV meds for its citizens, Alexandra Volgina “Google bombed” the ministry.
Paul De Lay of UNAIDS talks with POZ on location in Washington, DC, at the XIX International AIDS Conference.
Ron Valdiserri of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services talks with POZ.
Nancy Mahon of the MAC AIDS Fund talks with POZ on location in Washington, DC, at the XIX International AIDS Conference.
Patricia Perez of the International Community of Women Living With HIV/AIDS talks with POZ.
Science suggests that it’s possible for us to start to end AIDS.
The key message I hoped to hear at the XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington, DC, did in fact ring through loud and clear.
AIDS 2012 participants share their stories.
Volunteers share remembrances at the AIDS Memorial Quilt.
Advocates pay tribute at the AIDS Memorial Quilt display
Daily aspirin could help reduce risk of complications associated with blood clots, immune activation and inflammation in people with HIV.
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