The Ontario AIDS Network has joined the ENUF Campaign through Living Positive Victoria Australia and are inviting Ontario people living with HIV to participate in this campaign to fight stigma with your story and photo.
From grass roots activism to professionalism – and government imposed restrictions on advocacy work. Bob Leahy at a conference which examined the changing political context within which our much evolved community-based response to HIV takes place
DJ Relentless on the difficulty in getting people living with HIV to events designed for them and his recent efforts to challenge stigma and make people living with HIV more comfortable about being visible.
PositiveLite.com interviewee Dr. Julio Montaner has been nominated to the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame, a prestigious honour that recognizes the significant contributions and achievements by Dr. Montaner in the field of HIV/AIDS. Bob Leahy reports.
From POZ. As slogans anticipating an end to the AIDS epidemic gain popularity, skeptics worry that such promises are hollow and unrealistically ambitious, and that failure to deliver will ultimately set back efforts to combat HIV.
Dave R: Despite between a quarter and a third of people living with HIV ending up with neuropathy, it still draws blank stares from most people When will neuropathy become sexy enough to hit the headlines?