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As the face of the nonprofit Fred Says, this four-legged ally and his dad fought stigma and raised money for youth living with HIV.
Portraits and stories from an HIV fundraising book
At least 2,000 animals in the U.S. have been tested for the coronavirus since the pandemic began, according to federal records.
Plus: tips for caring for your furry friends during the health crisis.
A collection of art showcases the powerful bond between us and our pets.
The results are in.
An exhibit of ‘When Dogs Heal’ their HIV-positive owners
A special dog that left a foot print on everyone she encountered.
Dog genomes may hold the key to unlocking new HIV-fighting therapies.
The MCAD ordered landlords to pay $25,000 for trying to force a tenant to get rid of his emotional support dog or move out of his apartment.
I was diagnosed with HIV in 1987 and AIDS in 1997. My pets CC (Cecilia Carol), a cat, and Barney, a yellow Lab, kept me alive.
Pets were once considered a health threat to HIV-positive people with compromised immune systems.
Is it really love? Or do you just stick around for the treats?
HIVers pay tribute to our better halves—the canine and feline (and equine and avian) pals that save our lives every day.
Got a dog or cat? Want one? Check out these guidelines for safer petting.
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