Bob Leahy writing for CATIE's blog says that little is being done in his own country to make new prevention technologies that are available elsewhere like PrEP, or even home testing, available to all here
New writer Josh from ThePlusSideofLifeblog.com is a 26-year old Toronto man. In June of 2014, he tested positive for HIV. He is chronicling the life of a newly diagnosed person. The journey starts here.
Going to CAHR 2015 in Toronto? There’s a session important to attend. Even if you’re not able to, here’s how you can contribute to a made-in-Canada consensus statement on the health and prevention implications of taking on HIV meds. Bob Leahy reports.
He was infected as an infant via a blood transfusion, but not diagnosed with AIDS until 16 years later. Derek, now founder of the #endthestigma campaign, tells his story to Samantha for PositiveLite.com
AHF has become infamous for its relentless defence of condoms and hugely unpopular opposition to PrEP. Now allegations of kickbacks have further scarred the LA AIDS service organization/clinic operator’s reputation. Mark. S. King reports.
In a video interview, PositiveLite.com talks with Ryan Lisk and Mason McColl of the AIDS Committee of Toronto about the agency’s new education campaign to start conversations and share information about the use of Truvada as PrEP in the Canadian context.
CATIE says “the routine offer of an HIV test in health care, in addition to other testing initiatives, can increase awareness of HIV status among those who may not present for HIV testing on their own”
Components for successful research. In light of a highly publicized failed trial (VOICE), Gail from the HIV Disclosure Project provides thoughts on why research can go wrong and how we can change it for the better.