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Posted on November 24, 2014 by in Features

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Holiday Gifts 2014: Until There’s A Cure

Posted on November 23, 2014 by in Features

Fast Track A&U’s 13th Annual Holiday Gift Guide The fast track. At one time, AIDS advocates and activists pushed the FDA to accelerate the research and development of anti-HIV medications. The pharma cupboard was empty, except for AZT and whatever slowed or halted the progress of opportunistic infections. The government response to the AIDS crisis [...]

Holiday Gifts 2014: Broadway Cares

Posted on November 21, 2014 by in Features

Fast Track A&U’s 13th Annual Holiday Gift Guide The fast track. At one time, AIDS advocates and activists pushed the FDA to accelerate the research and development of anti-HIV medications. The pharma cupboard was empty, except for AZT and whatever slowed or halted the progress of opportunistic infections. The government response to the AIDS crisis [...]

Health People

Posted on November 20, 2014 by in Features

People Who Heal People With a Nontraditional Approach to Wellness, Health People Uses Proven HIV/AIDS Prevention Principles to Empower a Community by Chip Alfred Photographed Exclusively for A&U by Alina Oswald It all started more than twenty years ago when some courageous women did something to help their neighbors that nobody had ever done before—risking [...]

Holiday Gifts 2014: God’s Love We Deliver

Posted on November 18, 2014 by in Features

Fast Track A&U’s 13th Annual Holiday Gift Guide The fast track. At one time, AIDS advocates and activists pushed the FDA to accelerate the research and development of anti-HIV medications. The pharma cupboard was empty, except for AZT and whatever slowed or halted the progress of opportunistic infections. The government response to the AIDS crisis [...]

First Ladies of Africa

Posted on November 17, 2014 by in Features

First Ladies The Organization of African First Ladies Against HIV/AIDS Creates Partners to Make 2030 the Year When the Pandemic Is No More by Aaron Goodwin In the fight against HIV/AIDS, globally and specifically in the continent of Africa, the Organization of African First Ladies Against HIV/AIDS (OAFLA), their affiliates, and partners are determined to [...]

Nathalia Holt

Posted on October 24, 2014 by in Features, Positively Literary

Finding Cures An interview with Nathalia Holt, PhD, author of Cured: How the Berlin Patients Defeated HIV and Forever Changed Medical Science by Alina Oswald Just shy of a decade ago, the world woke up to the exciting news of the first person being cured of AIDS. His name is Timothy Ray Brown, and he’s [...]

WehoLife

Posted on October 20, 2014 by in Features

Tricks of the Trade WehoLife Videos Take a Edgy, Frank Approach to HIV Prevention by Stevie St. John These aren’t your mother’s HIV-prevention messages…unless, of course, your mother is a sassy, redheaded drag star. That drag star would be Miss Coco Peru (Girls Will Be Girls, Trick), who is featured in one of the most [...]

Jacodu Children’s Project

Posted on October 17, 2014 by in Features

Winter Into Spring Jacodu Children’s Project Seeks to Improve the Lives of Children in Roma Communities by Chael Needle Photos by R. James Feaver More and more, HIV/AIDS advocates and researchers are foregrounding the ecology of the disease—the pattern of relationships among those affected or at risk and their environment. It’s a counterweight to the [...]

We Can Stop HIV

Posted on October 15, 2014 by in Features

Can We Talk About HIV? Si, Se Puede The CDC looks for new strategies to reach Latinos by Larry Buhl Harm reduction professionals understand the importance of getting people to talk about a disease in order to significantly reduce infections. But what if social norms dictate that the target group doesn’t want to talk about [...]