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Living with HIV/AIDS: The Crisis Continues
HIV/AIDS still spreads, but to many it is the "forgotten disease" as more of the infected live with HIV instead of die of AIDS.
Living with HIV/AIDS: Stigma
Atlanta is called the capital city of the “New South” for its economic prosperity and cultural diversity. But in this […]
Living with HIV/AIDS: Bush and AIDS
During the month of December, visitors to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue are greeted by a red AIDS ribbon adorning the North […]
Living With HIV/AIDS: Teens
Every hour in the United States, two young adults between the ages of 13-24 contract HIV. In 2006, young adults […]
Living with HIV/AIDS: HIV Laws, Help or Hurt?
When Peter Ayala set his girlfriend’s car aflame last year, he was convicted and sentenced to a year in prison […]
A monk reaches out to the chinese community
The Venerable Benkong, a monk at Grace Gratitude Buddhist Temple at New York's Chinatown is helping the Chinese-American community to reduce the HIV/AIDS stigma by leading a project called 'one teaches ten , ten teach a hundred.'
Living with HIV/AIDS: Non-Profits Feel Economy Squeeze
As the winter season advances, Ruben Salvador Carrasquillo Jr., and other volunteers at the Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC), are […]
Living with HIV/AIDS: AIDS Researchers Say Work is Personal
Dr. Stephen Brown was living in Philadelphia when his friends began to die. Brown, the director of clinical research at […]