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    HIV Through the Years– A Look at HIV Campaigns

    Pretty cool look at HIV Campaigns through the years, by -josh Check it out: Since the discovery of HIV AIDS in the early 1980s, medical organizations have launched outreach campaigns in an effort to educate the public about the disease and how to prevent it. View posters over time. 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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    Stigma Action Network Interviews Josh Robbins

    STIGMA ACTION NETWORK:  An Interview with “Stigma Warrior,” Josh, from [box_dark]Content originally posted on the Stigma Action Network’s Blog on June 27, 2013.  Note from Josh:  SAN is one of my favorite organizations and a dear social media friend organization– they always tweet and retweet, share and love on all my posts.  I give […] More

  • HIV Blog Josh Robbins adds video to You've Got This
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    “You’ve Got This” HIV video project launches with as a contributor

    HIV BLOG lends our voice and joins’s video project “You’ve Got This”   Many people who are faced with a recent diagnosis of HIV feel completely alone. This initiative is meant to provide them with some hope and a feeling of community. There are over two million people recently diagnosed with HIV worldwide. […] More

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