Kelly A. McCann

Columns

Good News and Good-bye

I have much news to share. Good news. For starters, there is a promising new microbicidal gel being studied in…

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Columns

Houston, Human Trafficking, and HIV

At a recent AIDS Foundation Houston all-staff meeting, we heard a presentation on human trafficking that left me feeling stunned…

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Columns

AIDS Watch: You Know What You Know

In the very early days of the HIV epidemic, oral sex was thought of, and even marketed, as safe sex.

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Columns

AIDS Watch: Camp it up with Masquerade Theatre for Camp Hope

Camp Hope is AIDS Foundation Houston's weeklong summer camp program for HIV-infected children 7 to 15 years old, convened each…

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Health & Wellness

AIDS Watch: Another Way to Show your Pride

June is all about the gay. What you may not know is that June is also an important month with…

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Columns

AIDS Watch: Gonorrhea Gone Wild

There is no applause for the new clap. While the exact time of gonorrhea’s arrival on the world stage is…

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Health & Wellness

AIDS Watch: Bitter Little Pills

Since 1987 when AZT received FDA approval as the first treatment for HIV/AIDS, more than 20 highly active antiretroviral medications…

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Health & Wellness

Red Ribbon, Green Attitude

AIDS Walk Houston turns 21 years old this month. She’s come of age, and with age comes responsibility. That’s why…

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Health & Wellness

HIV on Film

With all of the winter weather we’ve been experiencing during the past couple of months, I find I’m spending much…

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Blog

Goodbye, 2009: The new decade brings new hope

Happy New Year! Now that 2009 is over, all I can say is, “What a relief!” It was one tough…

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