Like any other relationship, the one between you and your doctor is ideally based on openness and good communication. Finding a health care provider is essential to successfully managing your HIV. It’s also important to find someone you are comfortable with so you can be honest about any questions or concerns regarding your care. We asked you to tell us about your relationship with your HIV doctor.
Sleep No More is an interactive Shakespearean theater performance at the McKittrick Hotel on Thursday, May 30th in NYC. It is the first annual fundraiser for Arms Around the Child, which helps children worldwide who lost their parents to AIDS, and ACT V, a campaign that seeks to end the AIDS pandemic.
VIP opening reception is at 7 p.m. and doors open at 8 p.m.
For more info, click here.
It’s YouTube Comedy Week, and Gwenn and I found some real laughers when searching “#AIDS” on Twitter.
Joseph Sonnabend, Physician and AIDS researcher discusses the pamphlets made back in May 1983, first addressing the new, unknown virus that was sweeping the nation (back when it was called LAV).
“Having written the booklet we had copies printed and bound and then did our best to distribute the booklets, even leaving copies in bars.
I rented a mail box on Greenwich Avenue and opened an account for our publishing venture which we called News from the Front.”
The service provides a single point of access to HIV/AIDS medications through patient assistance programs via an online portal.
“Many of our friends and loved ones may today find themselves in the same place as Spencer. We don’t know nearly enough about an entire generation that lived through the Plague Years—the righteous, the joyful, the struggling as well as the thriving—and it’s time to hear from them and to address their issues.”
If We Want an AIDS-Free Generation, Why Are We Cutting PEPFAR?
Chris Collins, the vice president and director of public policy at amfAR, explores why PEPFAR cuts continue.
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POZ Blogger, Mark S. King reminisces an unforgettable night with the famous actor. Rock Hudson was HIV-positive and died in 1985.