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This blog first appeared in the Huffington Post Canada .  By Tammy C. Yates, Realize (formerly CWGHR) Traditionally, to mark World AIDS Day, I tend to remain singularly focused on the theme selected globally, or nationally, to raise awareness about the particular issue or topic that needs to be highlighted. Traditionally, I focus on the contribution that   Realize   is making in the response to HIV at home and abroad. These are not traditional times. On December 1 ,   as we marked World AIDS Day (WAD), many community-based HIV organizations at all levels that have served and empowered people living with HIV for decades have either closed down, are on the … Lire la suite 


 

This blog first appeared in the Huffington Post Canada .  By Nicci Stein, The Teresa Group U=U for sexual transmission (undetectable=untransmissable) is the most exciting game changer to come along since combination therapies were introduced over twenty years ago. The   U=U movement   is gaining traction worldwide and has the potential to deconstruct much of the stigma that has surrounded HIV from the beginning. U=U for sexual transmission was born out of robust scientific evidence but HIV transmission through breastfeeding differs in many ways, including a far higher risk associated with breastfeeding versus sexual exposures. The evidence at present does not justify inclusion into U=U and this nuance is lost in … Lire la suite 


 

GIPA Takes a Hit
septembre 20, 2017

By Bob Leahy, PositiveLite.com - As Funding Starts To Slow, Engagement And Involvement Of People Living With HIV Is Often The First To Go. Bob Leahy On The Politics Of Inclusion, Exclusion And How People Living With HIV Are Fighting […]