Don’t just count your Blessings, Share Them As we sit down for Thanksgiving we are thankful for the tireless scientists, advocates, educators, and caregivers who continue to fight in the war on HIV/AIDS. The progress that is being made in all areas of the epidemic is amazing, but there is still a long way to […]
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Just a little humor to brighten your day. Happy Thursday!
Congratulations 2012 World Series Champions: San Francisco Giants! Thank you San Francisco Giants for being the first professional team to support the fight against HIV/AIDS and continuing to stand strong in the fight with Until There’s A Cure for the past 19 years!
BY MARIA MEJIA Below is my new bilingual video blog and my perspective of PrEP (Truvada) as prevention for HIV. I discuss why I am on the fence about it and the possible dangers of this FDA-approved method…in my humble opinion. Love and Light, Maria Mejia +++++ Este es mi nuevo video blog bilingue: PrEP (Truvada) como […]
Source: http://www.cdc.gov/nchhstp/newsroom/2012/NLAAD2012-Statement.html National Latino AIDS Awareness Day (Oct. 15) “Many Communities, One Goal – Reversing HIV among Latinos” Statement by Kevin A. Fenton, MD Director, National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD and TB Prevention Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Latino AIDS Awareness Day is a time to reflect on the many […]
Ask yourself: Am I Doing Something? Proceeds from this beautiful, handmade RED BAND OF BEADS ($15) – made of recycled paper – allows the KIFAD Foundation to support women in Uganda to put food on the tables for their families, send their children to school and look forward to a richer future. KIFAD also offers […]
BY NATALIE CARTAL Three months ago when I arrived at Until There’s A Cure as an intern, HIV still scared the bananas out of me. It seemed so foreign, like something you only read about in the news or hear about on T.V. At that point, I hadn’t yet seen what the virus can do. […]