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The Latest International Stories

  • Making sense of AIDS 2014
  • I'm an HIV Physician. And I'm starting PrEP
  • Gay men and condoms
  • Lost heroes: talking with a friend
  • How important is testing in curbing new infections?

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  • Making sense of AIDS 2014

    Making sense of AIDS 2014

    From aidsmap.com, Gus Cairns writes of guidelines, targets and resources- the documents that defined the 2014 International AIDS Conference
  • I'm an HIV Physician. And I'm starting PrEP

    I'm an HIV Physician. And I'm starting PrEP

    “I am a 60-year-old gay man who has spent three decades trying to keep myself from becoming infected with HIV. I am tired of being scared, so I am starting on PrEP. ”
  • Gay men and condoms

    Gay men and condoms

    Aidsmap reports from AIDS 2014 on research that says most gay men who don’t use condoms are mindful of HIV and attempt to reduce their risk
  • Lost heroes: talking with a friend

    Lost heroes: talking with a friend

    New PositiveLite.com writer Philip J H Dawson interviews Peter J. Smit from The Netherlands about his work in HIV and AIDS and also how he got to work directly with plane crash victim Joep Lange who was heading for Melbourne and AIDS 2014
  • How important is testing in curbing new infections?

    How important is testing in curbing new infections?

    Aidsmap reports HIV is increasing in gay men in London because of lack of testing, a comparative study finds. Testing is enabling more disclosure and effective serosorting in San Francisco, the figures suggest
  • The pleasure of sex

    The pleasure of sex

    The Body.com reports from the International AIDS Conference in Melbourne: “ When Science Meets HIV Prevention, Pleasure Cannot Be Left Behind."
  • Seven amazing things

    Seven amazing things

    From TheBody.com, seven amazing things human rights activist Michael Kirby said about HIV at the AIDS 2014 opening ceremony
  • When the bubble bursts

    When the bubble bursts

    Michael Yoder asks “do we live in a bubble?” And says "the downing of flight MH17 brought close to home that events in other countries can clearly impact those of us living with HIV."
  • In Memoriam: 17-7-2014

    In Memoriam: 17-7-2014

    Dave R and a personal reflection on the nature of loss, relating to the Malaysian airlines crash in the Ukraine and the effect that has had in the Netherlands. 80 people under 18 and 100 people on their way to an HIV conference: all lost…for what?
  • Do clothes make the man?

    Do clothes make the man?

    On who we date. Ever been guilty of judging someone based on the way they dress. FS Magazine reports.
  • This is my story

    This is my story

    An inspiring tale. Guest writer Ntimbwe M. Mpamba was born with HIV 32 years ago. He lives in Johannesburg, South Afrcia and has had more than his share of troubles, but he has risen above them and become an advocate for people living with HIV.

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