28 Reasons for 28 Years
In his POZ Stories entry, long-time warrior William Brochinsky lists 28 reasons why he’s survived with HIV since 1985.
The Gay HIV Epidemic Is Increasing in All Nations
The upward trajectory of HIV infection trends among gay men worldwide points to a dire future for that demographic, even as overall HIV incidence rates in the general population have been steadily dropping. Click here for more information.
Today is World AIDS Day 2013. Get tested, get educated and get involved with ending today’s HIV/AIDS epidemic in your community.
Housing Works and nearly 1000 members of New York’s HIV/AIDS community, are marking the 25th commemoration of World AIDS Day by declaring that now is the time to end AIDS as an epidemic here in New York State.
Join us on World AIDS Day, Sunday, December 1st at 2:00 PM in Times Square between 45th and 46th Streets on 7th Avenue.
New research finds that men who have sex with men (MSM) who attend church are more likely to receive an HIV diagnosis late in the course of their infection….. Thoughts on Why?
NYC Restores $5.1M Cut to HIV/AIDS Housing Programs
In fiscal year 2010, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg cut nearly $1.9 million from the HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA), which subsequently grew to a $5.1 million annual cut. The City Council has restored them. Yesss.
This Thanskgiving holiday, POZ thanks HIV-positive unsung heroes around the country who are committed to ending the epidemic. From bloggers to volunteers; from ASO organizers to political activists & more, we honor your contribution to the fight against HIV/AIDS.
1) The importance of networks for people living with HIV
2) The barriers to joining and expanding these networks, &
3) The power such organizations can wield in addressing the HIV/AIDS epidemic today.
Is HIV Stigma Getting Better or Worse?
To the surprise of researchers in this new study, people living with HIV who are younger than 50 suffer from greater levels of stress and isolation than the older generation. Apparently older folks tend to get on better through social networks developed through the years, while younger folks say the blame game is often at play in their communities. Thoughts?
Need Help Navigating the ACA?
Greater than AIDS now has a new consumer web portal launched to specifically help people with HIV/AIDS navigate health care reform. Click here to check it out.