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  • How can we kick neuropathy into the glossies?

    How can we kick neuropathy into the glossies?

    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?
  • Bedding Andrew

    Bedding Andrew

    Bob Leahy in an extended conversation with Toronto neg guy Andrew Morrison-Gurza about life with a disability, sex on wheels, his film “Bedding Andrew” and what he shares with people living with HIV
  • A bridge to nowhere

    A bridge to nowhere

    Michael Yoder on the Denver Principles and how people living with HIV are doing in relation to GIPA/MIPA and their “nothing about us without us” sentiments.

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  • www.dot.awesome – meet the digital red ribbon

    www.dot.awesome – meet the digital red ribbon

    Michael Bouldin on what's behind the new kid on the block, dothiv, a domain name that donates money to AIDS charities with every click you make
  • Rob Ford comes in last

    Rob Ford comes in last

    In a PositiveLite.com exclusive, Bob Leahy reports on the pig race that saw Rob Ford come in last this past weekend – right in his own rural community – not once but twice. A sign of things to come, he hopes.
  • The Crescent continues

    The Crescent continues

    What do you do when you’re an AIDS Service Organization and your funding isn’t renewed. You carry on! Here’s more of our continued coverage of how an organization like the UK’s The Crescent is doing just that. Iain Murtagh reports.

Features and Interviews Section

  • What it means to be undetectable

    What it means to be undetectable

    Bop Leahy talks to the folks at AIDS Vancouver about their innovative campaign “The New Face of HIV – What It Means to Be Undetectable”. It refers to the new realities of living with HIV in the era of highly effective antiretrovirals
  • Bedding Andrew

    Bedding Andrew

    Bob Leahy in an extended conversation with Toronto neg guy Andrew Morrison-Gurza about life with a disability, sex on wheels, his film “Bedding Andrew” and what he shares with people living with HIV
  • Research news:  compensation  available for study participants

    Research news: compensation available for study participants

    The purpose of this OHTN study is to understand what people in Ontario think about participating in different types of HIV-related health research. See how you can get involved.

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  • Midlife virus

    Midlife virus

    This article from POZ magazine is about those diagnosed in later life and says “Older people newly diagnosed with HIV can stay resilient.”
  • Suicide

    Suicide

    The non-suicidal Denise Becker on why some people want to end their lives, including Robin Williams, and why she didn’t.
  • Choosing to love poz guys

    Choosing to love poz guys

    From The San Francisco AiDS Foundation’s beta mag, Jake Sobo on why poz guys who have an undetectable viral load are a good catch for neg guys

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