Upward Bound Elizabeth De Razzo’s Infatuation With a Female Character and a TV Show Develops Into an International Outreach to Those in Need by Dann Dulin Elizabeth De Razzo’s character, Maria Janowski, in the HBO series, Eastbound & Down, is from Mexico, so in the beginning she didn’t speak very much until she adapted to [...]
LifeGuide [Treatment Horizons] Based in San Diego, a prevention model aims to reach everyone Everybody should be tested for HIV. That message is the basis for Lead the Way, a new campaign and research study that seeks to address the fact that many adults who are HIV-positive do not know their serostatus and are not [...]
A Study Shows Truvada Can Sharply Cut Risk of HIV Infection by Larry Buhl Just before Thanksgiving the results of a huge study showing that a well-established treatment for HIV could also be used for prevention gave many people reason to be thankful. Nicknamed iPrEx, the double-blind study included nearly 2,500 men and was coordinated [...]
Reports of alarming rates of HIV among incarcerated Americans fall on deaf ears of those in power. Left Field by Patricia Nell Warren Between 20% and 26% of people living with HIV/AIDS in the United States have spent time in the correctional system.” That was the startling and little-noticed statement in a 2006 study by [...]
A Phoenix, Arizona-based program at Native Health reaches out to young men of color.