HIV AIDS Stigma and education

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Source: U=U is a simple but hugely important campaign based on a solid foundation of scientific evidence. It has already been successful in influencing public opinion, causing more people with HIV (and their friends and families) to comprehend that they can live long, healthy lives, have children, […]

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Daytona HIV Poz People Support Group

In a support group people with the same problem find ways to cope with and defeat the problem. For example, people with cancer form support groups to help each other cope. People who have survived traumatic experiences like rape or other forms of abuse come together to […]

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HIV disclosure

HIV DISCLOSURE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES If your HIV test is positive, the clinic or other testing site will report the results to your state health department. They do this so that public health officials can monitor what’s happening with the HIV epidemic in your city and state. […]

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HIV+ Not a Death Sentence Anymore

As I sat down to write about this subject this morning I thought about coming at this from a historical viewpoint and going over the treatments of the 80′s and 90′s to that of today. But the fact of the matter is in hindsight it is unfair […]

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AIDS Stigma and Discrimination

AIDS stigma and discrimination exist worldwide, although they manifest themselves differently across countries, communities, religious groups and individuals. They occur alongside other forms of stigma and discrimination, such as racism, stigma based on physical appearance, homophobia or misogyny and can be directed towards those involved in what […]

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World AIDS Day 2011

We were honored to have two of our speakers participate in World AIDS Day 2011. You can view their moving speeches below.

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