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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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    Film Review: Sex in an Epidemic

    Josh Robbins reviews Outcast Films release of “Sex in an Epidemic”      (a Sunyata Films Production) [col grid=”2-1 first”] The basics:  2010 Documentary by Jean Carlomusto, Color, approx. 60 minutes Producer, Director, Editor: Jean Carlomusto Cast:  Michael Shernoff, Richard Berkowitz, Larry Kramer, Lawrence Mass, Rodger McFarlane, Cynthia Gomez, Maxine Wolfe, George Bellinger, Kenyon Farrow, […] More

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    You Should Listen to Bob!’s Bob Leahy With Advice for the Newly Diagnosed ISJ has a long-standing relationship and admiration of By: Bob Leahy, editor of, Canada’s online HIV magazine. He’s been HIV-positive for twenty years. IT took more than a few minutes to sink in; in fact it wasn’t until I was on the streetcar going home […] More

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    HIV/AIDS Cure: When and What?

    Nashville resident, Mark Hubbard, among activists and researchers featured in a new video First Posted on O&AN July 3, 2013 – O&AN Staff Reports Following today’s released reports that two men have been “showing no signs of [the HIV] virus” following stem-cell transplants, we found a video filmed at a Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) pre-conference. Posted by […] More

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    Community Activist Speaks About Changing Approaches to HIV/AIDS

    ‘HIV Horizons: A Community-Focused Research Update’ May 22 at OutCentral Having lived with HIV for 26 years, Mark Hubbard has dedicated himself to working with numerous Tennessee, U.S., and international organizations as a community educator and advocate. First Posted on O&AN April 29, 2013 –  O&AN Staff Reports Having lived with HIV for 26 years, […] More

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    REAL talk with The Body HIV site

    The most personal interview I have ever given about HIV, disclosure, telling my family, childhood trauma and sex– exclusively on I had forgotten that I did this phone interview in June 2012 with Warren Tong from, but their Executive Editor- Olivia Ford, emailed me the other day to notify me that she was […] More

  • Out and About Newspaper Article on HIV positive Activist Blogger Josh Robbins from Nashville
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    My First Year Being HIV Positive: Compassion + Grace

    Thanks to Jessica Gibson, a generous writer, for OUT & ABOUT Newspaper in Nashville, TN for taking the opportunity to follow-up on me, about my first year living with HIV.  The title “Compassion + Grace” couldn’t have been a better choice from my perspective.  Also, thank you Jerry Jones for the consideration and publish.  Click […] More

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    Talking HIV and Equality on HuffPostLIVE

    With the nation waiting to hear from the Supreme Court regarding potential cases they are considering issuing opinion, HuffPostLIVE contacted me yesterday asking me to again appear and share some thoughts…   “This is not a political issue” … “it’s simply, am I as equal as you?”  Thanks for having me on, HuffPostLIVE! I’m […] More

  • Josh celebrating World Aids Day
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    World AIDS Day 2012 – Imstilljosh HIV

    Happy World AIDS Day, y’all! Today is such an important day… a day to remember those brave souls that we have lost to this epidemic in the last 20-30 years, a day to say thank you to medical professionals, scientists and research volunteers for their unrelenting quest for a preventative vaccine and cure, a day […] More

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