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Slow & Steady Tai chi, a good fit for all fitness levels, may improve immune function by Rob Zukowski Some years ago, I recall walking through Madison...

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When Lightning Strikes Renowned photographer and educator Nicholas Nixon shoots straight when it comes to making intimate pictures of people With AIDS by Sean Black In the...

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Last month, the Member States of the United Nations adopted the “Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS: On the Fast-Track to Accelerate the Fight...

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It's a Hispanic Thing Hep outreach & research are needed for a vulnerable community by Larry Buhl In a presentation at a National Hispanic Medical Association (NHMA)...

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Dear Justin— I hope you get to read this because I’m in desperate need of an answer about HIV prevention. I actually met you years...

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Pure Artistry Dancer & choreographer Ray Mercer exemplifies why Broadway Cares by George M. Johnson From Dancing with the Stars to So You Think You Can Dance,...

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The American People Volume 1: Search for My Heart by Larry Kramer Farrar, Straus & Giroux Reviewed by John Francis Leonard Recently, I’ve been on something of a...

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On July 9 in Glendale, California, Angelenos dedicated to helping raise awareness and funds for HIV/AIDS support services donned their cowboy or cowgirl hats,...

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Someone cares. That’s what I discovered in Atlanta! Someone Cares is a remarkable organization that provides educational programs and health services—an all-encompassing group. Schmoozing with...

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See Me Advocate Amazin LeThi Sheds Light on Invisibility, HIV-Displaced Children & Homelessness Among LGBTQ Youth in the Asian Community Text & Photos by Alina Oswald...