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    Epidemics of America (Infographic)

    Fantastic infographic that is shareable about epidemics of America that was recently shared with me and I wanted to pass this along!  I love these new, shareable social tools… great stuff! Thanks to these guys for bringing this cool tool to my attention! An infographic by the team at Online Masters In Public Health Epidemics […] More

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    Is This a Bombshell Dropping on HIV Prevention Strategies?

      Is it possible that our current HIV prevention strategies and the essence of HIV prevention awareness is now ineffective? Instead of rattling off a number of statistics that are now less startling and news-worthy about the current state of the HIV epidemic (like the number of new infections per year, the likelihood that someone […] More

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    AJ’s Story (New Activist)

    Newly Diagnosed, Recently Encouraged, Now an Activist Ya know, feel good messages, well… feel good.  To an extent.  We all get burned out on them and burned out on the warm, fuzzy feelings that they put us through particularly during the obnoxiously long holiday period that seem to start in the summer months, lately.  So, […] More

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    ISJ Announces OPEN LETTER on PrEP from HIV Influencers

    HIV-positive activist and founder of HIV blog, Josh Robbins, announces the publishing of an OPEN LETTER on PrEP, signed and endorsed by HIV/AIDS Activists, Philanthropists, HIV Service Organizations (Nationally & Internationally), community members and HIV-negative PrEP users. To read & sign the letter supporting the importance of private individual dialogue between a patient and […] More

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    Clearing HIV/AIDS & Life’s Hurdles R⁴ Style

    Guest Post — Rob Quinn from   [box_light]It’s always an honor for me to be able to have the opportunity for others to share their stories, insight and lessons from their journey living with HIV.  This guest post is another example of that opportunity and blessing.  Enjoy! – Josh Robbins,[/box_light] Hi, my name […] More

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    Ask Anything: Living With HIV (MTV Voices)

    This post original was written for and posted by MTV VOICES by Josh Robbins, of   “HIV – three letters that can make people react in massively different ways. When it was first discovered it was considered untreatable, but now people with HIV can live normal and healthy lives. Sadly, the stigma surrounding it hasn’t […] More

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    What IF I was HIV-neg Again? (Satire)

    “It’s a Positive Viral Load” Those words have been engrained in my memory since they were spoken by an amazing, caring and empathetic medical professional in Nashville, of course heard around the world in my video post here. POSITIVE… positive… poz.. In the one year and seven months that I have been living with HIV […] More

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    ViiV Healthcare High-Fives Nashville CARES

    Funds to Support IAMSTRONG Peer-based HIV Care/Treatment Adherence Program NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nashville CARES has been awarded a ViiV Healthcare Positive Action grant in the amount of $78,574 over the course of two years to enhance and expand Nashville CARES’ support services for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) in Nashville. [box_light]Awesome!!! Get you some of that! […] More

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    Social Security Disability & HIV

    Applying for Social Security Disability with HIV   [box_info]From time to time, I recognize that informative articles like this guest post by Ram Meyyappan with Social Security Disability Help may deviate from my standard format, however, I agreed to allow this specific article, as some of us may need this information at some point. [/box_info]   […] More

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