HIV

(Red) Rush To Zero!

Hey! Do you like stuff? Do you want to reduce the number of HIV infections globally and locally? Well then, how would you like to have your stuff and eat…it…too? No, that doesn’t work. What about how would you like… Read More ›

Southern Discomforts

by Drew Gibson My interest piqued this morning when I saw a link to a BBC News Magazine article on the current fiscal crisis in Europe with the sub-header: “Lessons from US history for the crisis-hit eurozone.” I assumed the… Read More ›

Sensing a Pattern Here?

Courtesy of the National Association of People With AIDS and the blog From Here To Eternity (www.dgsmith.org) is a map of the states that contain the 2,357 HIV positive Americans who are still on ADAP waiting lists and still with… Read More ›

Holding HIV Down

What does it mean to suppress something? Like so much of our language, the word itself comes from Latin: suppressus, from supprimere. It meant to hold down—to push under. The word sounds violent and malicious, like leaning your weight upon… Read More ›

Isentress Distress

I am not a doctor. Nor am I a pharmacist or a nurse. Heck, I’m not even technically a social worker until (and if) I graduate from the University of Maryland-Baltimore SSW next year. However, I have been a citizen… Read More ›