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    HIV Survival Story: Josh Robbins

    Danielle Scott, a journalist with loop21.com interviews me about my journey living with HIV, and asks me to share some of the more difficult moments that I’ve personally experienced living with this virus publicly. This interview is very personal to me, as I shared details that I’ve yet been able to write about myself, including, […] More

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    President Obama and The White House World AIDS Day Celebration

    Celebrated on Dec. 2, 2013, since World AIDS Day fell on Sunday this year, President Obama and The White House made several important and ‘positive’ updates on where we stand in the quest to finally see an AIDS-free generation. Check out these… THE PRESIDENTIAL Proclamation – World AIDS Day, 2013 Presidential Proclamation — World AIDS […] More

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    Thunderclap: You + Me = AN #AIDSFREEGEN

    New viral and social media campaign, by the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, is using Thunderclap to bring awareness to HIV on World AIDS Day.  I’m Still Josh is participating, and it’s easy for you to join as well! [hr color=”black” width=”50%” border_width=”2px” ] All the information is below or feel free to click this […] More

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    Magic Johnson Chats with @andersoncooper (video) UPDATED

    NBA Superstar turned HIV-activist, Magic Johnson, appears tonight on AC360 on CNN in an interview with the charming Anderson Cooper. I’m pretty excited about this one… On my HIV Twitter account, I’m Still Josh || Josh Robbins, I just saw an awesome tweet by Anderson Cooper, that is posted below.  I can’t yell enough that […] More

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    Life Continues, but I’m Choosing to LIVE

    HIV Blogger, Josh Robbins offers insight into someone’s choice of either being a participant in life or choosing to really live— even though living with HIV may be difficult because of the current state of HIV stigma. Over the past nearly two years since living with HIV, I’ve experienced tons of different things… tons of […] More

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    Senate Approves HIV Positive Organ Donations

    On Tuesday, the House of Representatives gave last approbation to the HIV Organ Policy Equity (Hope) Act, a charge that will close a 25-year boycott on utilizing HIV-positive people’s organs for any reason, including medical research.   In the event that the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) infers that transplanting organs between HIV-positive […] More

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    Pinocchio Has HIV? What’s up with his face? (NSFW)

    A French HIV Awareness ad, and also released via youtube, features a grown-up Pinocchio (known as “Woody”) and features a one-night stand that ends with a bit of statistics. [box style=”red, warning, shadow” ]WARNING: This has no nudity, but it might not be appropriate for work– thus the NSFW warning. [/box] Watch it here: Does this […] More

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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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