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My Fabulous Disease:
Sean Strub and the Legacy of AIDS

January 30 0 Comments Category: Blogs, Health, News

I don’t think the LGBT community, or people with HIV, have gotten the credit we deserve for what we did in those early years. How we came together to love and care for each other was something remarkable.

My Fabulous Disease:
Damon L. Jacobs – The Calm in the PrEP Storm

November 13 0 Comments Category: Blogs, Health, News

“For so long, pleasure could only result in something tragic, rather than seen as something important and powerful. To challenge that belief system, we need to have patience and compassion and empathy.” – Damon L. Jacobs

Huffington Post:
Gay in Theory

September 24 0 Comments Category: Blogs

“After reflecting on this with a friend, I realized I was projecting my homophobia onto others. He declared me a homophobe-phobe. He may just have been right,” Andrew Gelwicks, Student, Butler University

nam – AIDSMAP: Novel immune-suppressant vaccine completely blocks HIV infection in monkeys – human trials planned

August 28 0 Comments Category: Blogs, Health, News

So far 15 of the 29 monkeys have been completely protected from SIV infection. The effect appears to last; the last challenge was three years after infection and vaccinated monkeys’ immune system shows ability to suppress viral reproduction four years after vaccination.