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The Latest Stories About Living with HIV

  • Oh Happy (puppy) Day
  •  The Red
  • Everybody hurts……sometimes
  • 40
  • Smoke signals

Living with HIV

  • Oh Happy (puppy) Day

    Oh Happy (puppy) Day

    The ultimate in gay: Brian Finch now owns not one but two chihuahuas. They are good for him too.
  •  The Red

    The Red

    A poem from Philip J H Dawson for the young or newly diagnosed to help them uinderstand the early days of the epidemic
  • Everybody hurts……sometimes

    Everybody hurts……sometimes

    DJ Relentless on the impact of the n-word, reaching out to those undergoing hard times, and with news of a POZ-TO event April 5 in Toronto. A new brunch event too!
  • 40

    40

    Daniel Uy looks back on 19 years of living with HIV and his recent full slate of activity
  • Smoke signals

    Smoke signals

    From CATIE: With medicinal marijuana laws in a state of limbo in Canada, where do things stand for people who count on it? Peter Carlyle-Gordge gives us the straight dope
  • Mistake

    Mistake

    How I got it. Alex Sparrowhawk says ”I will never be 100% sure but I’m pretty certain that I acquired HIV in June 2009"
  • The night Miss America met the Biggest Star in the World

    The night Miss America met the Biggest Star in the World

    Mark S. King scores again with a touching story of celebrity and an early AIDS hero he once worked with
  • Self care: easier said than done?

    Self care: easier said than done?

    Burnt out? Michael Yoder says “we are very skilled at talking to others about the importance of self care, while we burn out like the last remnants of a candle.”
  • All this great news is making me angry!

    All this great news is making me angry!

    Our Marc-André LeBlanc says recent good news about transmission risk and treatment benefits points to how little Canada is taking advantage of this knowledge and points to inertia, resistance to change and even outright hostility as the culprits
  • Full circle

    Full circle

    Alex Sparrowhaw’s activism streak, two years after he came out, is stronger than ever. “I feel I’m now at the point where I can help others not just from afar but face to face, becoming directly involved in helping other people who were once like me.”
  • Webinar: Not Your Typical HIV and Aging 101

    Webinar: Not Your Typical HIV and Aging 101

    We post an ACT webinar exploring the experiences of older adults living with or vulnerable to HIV that includes two case studies and a discussion of programs and policies affecting this population in Canada.

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