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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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    HIV Words To Know INFOGRAPHIC

    Knowing the terms and other useful lingo used in the HIV community is important. Learn the terms, refresh yourself on the terms, or be confident you are educated on the terms used in HIV awareness.  This amazing interactive info graphic is from Healthline.com.   More

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    Hillary Clinton Receives Award from EGPAF

    Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton Receives Global Impact Award at the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation’s 25th Anniversary Gala and Dinner Julianna Margulies, Gloria Reuben, and Mary Steenburgen deliver dramatic readings, Michael Feinstein and the cast of Broadway musical Fela! perform to celebrate EGPAF’s 25th anniversary and support ending pediatric HIV/AIDS. New York — […] 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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    Cocaine Gives HIV A HIGH(ly) Vulnerable Entry to Immune Cells

    University of California (at Los Angeles AIDS Institute) researchers tested CD4 cells from healthy human donors to evaluate the rate of HIV infection alongside the presence of cocaine.  And surprisingly, the white powered is not friendly to HIV-prevention.   Researchers exposed immune cells to the powdery substance– cocaine, and then subsequently infected the cells with […] More

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    You Should Listen to Bob: New to HIV? 5 Things You May Be Asking Yourself.

    Those that are newly diagnosed with HIV are at times overwhelmed by a plethora of emotions and questions.  It’s important to gain advice and counsel from the wisdom of long-term survivors. [“You Should Listen to Bob” is a simple, straight-talking set of articles from such a long-term survivor.  Bob Leahy, editor of PositiveLite.com, Canada’s online […] 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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    ‘Knowing’ HIV Video (NSFW); and why this videos is ‘smart’

    Super hot video about HIV shares an important message about “knowing your HIV status, telling and asking, and choosing love.” Disclosure, Testing, Sex and Hotness are all covered in this video. (NSFW) I just wonder how it got past YouTube’s censors?  Watch this top HIV video now… (It’s longer than the one minute max I typically give […] 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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