Still dealing with the aftermath of a relationship that went bad, Toronto's Josh says “I feel like there’s still a lot of work to do on my mental health. And I’m open about that, and am taking the steps I need to take to do that.”
Bob Leahy reports on the Canadian Declaration by Persons Living with HIV that calls for the protection of human rights in light of biomedical advances in HIV Treatment but in a progressive way supportive of 90-9-90 and expanded treatment access
Says FS Magazine’s CEO “Avoiding sex or a relationship with someone just because they’re living with HIV isn’t a good strategy: it won’t prevent you from becoming HIV-positive . . and it contributes to an unacceptable caste system.”
We have universal healthcare that, unusual in industrialized countries, that doesn’t cover drugs. Toronto's Josh says “a national drug program would mean equal access to the life-saving drugs we need, at no cost to us.”
From IAS 2015 Bob Leahy speaks (again) with BC’s Dr. Julio Montaner, the world’s leading treatment as prevention advocate, about 90-90-90, his frustrations with uptake in Canada – and meeting the Pope.
Bob Leahy talks to UK writer Paul Thorn about his new book which explains how a harmonious and happy co-existence with HIV is possible and how to make the most of the second chance that treatment affords you