HIV / AIDS News

  HIV / AIDS News August Hunky Broadway star Hernando Umana: “I am a proud gay man living with HIV” It had been drilled in my head that gay people get HIV because of wrong doings and they deservingly die from it. Well I’m here to shut that sh*t down. There is NOTHING wrong with me and I am healthier […]

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HIV Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018

  The CHERUB HIV garden: A Life Without Walls Did you know… Walls across the path in the garden symbolise the stigma and fears of young people living with HIV   Impression of hands, set as flowers into the steel-like bench, are taken from young people living with HIV, many of whom are reluctant to disclose their HIV diagnosis.    Aquilegia, Iris ‘Blue […]

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Ryan White Remembered – 2018

Ryan White 1971 – 1990 28 years ago today, my hero Ryan White died at the age of 18. During the 1980s, Ryan became a national spokesperson and symbol of hope for the #haemophilia #hemophilia and HIV/AIDS community after being expelled from middle school banned due to community fears that the virus would spread to other children. Today, his mother […]

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National AIDS Trust (NAT): LONDON JOINS GLOBAL HIV INITIATIVE

  PRESS RELEASE Wednesday, January 10, 2018 Today the Mayor of London, London Councils, Public Health England and NHS England signed a historic pledge to join the Fast-Track Cities initiative – part of a global effort to reduce HIV and HIV stigma. The Fast-Track Cities partnership for London aims to exceed UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets, end HIV transmissions in London by 2030, stop preventable deaths […]

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World AIDS Day 2017

  1st December 2017 1986, thirty one years ago at the height of the global AIDS crisis, I first sat in the Dominion theatre, London to watch Dave Clark’s musical “TIME”. Sir Cliff Richard played the role of a rock star sent to the High Court of the universe to defend the Earth in a trial brought by the Lord […]

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Long-Term Survivors: There Are Solutions

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Long-Term Survivors: There Are Solutions By David Fawcett, Ph.D., L.C.S.W. From TheBodyPRO.com May 1, 2017 Although great strides have been made researching the health implications of HIV/AIDS for long-term survivors (LTS), the main focus of these studies has been on physiological issues such as virologic and immunologic concerns, the long-term impact on immune function and other body […]

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Ryan White

www.facebook.com/groups/2219696857/     Taken from Facebook –The Ryan White Story – EVERYONE needs to know Ryan White was diagnosed with AIDS at age 13 and gained international notoriety fighting for his right to attend school. In the process, he opened the hearts and minds of millions of people. During the time between his diagnosis in 1984 and his death in 1990, Ryan spoke out often and eloquently about […]

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