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Dining Out for Life: Eat Out and Fight AIDS

This year, AIDS Foundation Houston has set Thursday, April 27, as the date to dine out at some of your…

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Project LEAP: The Nation’s Premier HIV Advocacy Training Program is Now Recruiting Participants

Since its inception, this 17-week program has trained numerous advocates, many of whom live with HIV and participate in Houston’s…

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Black Lives Matter: This Year and Every Year

A little over three years ago, the Black Lives Matter movement erupted with a hashtag and protests all over the…

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Survival Guide: David France’s New Book Expands on his 2012 Documentary

Released on November 29, How to Survive a Plague: The Inside Story of How Citizens and Science Tamed AIDS traces…

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Rising Above: Cleve Jones Recounts a Lifetime of Activism in His New Memoir

Activist Cleve Jones has lived an extraordinary life, filled with world-changing friends and LGBT icons from Harvey Milk to Dustin…

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Ending HIV/AIDS: A Community Commitment

Houston has the highest number of new HIV/AIDS cases in the state of Texas, yet there is no collective sense…

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The Value of Treatment as Prevention in The Fight to End HIV

In the arsenal of tools available to us to help prevent the spread of HIV, it is important we understand…

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Options for HIV-related Changes in the Face and Body

HIV infection and its treatment have been associated with fat redistribution in the face and body.

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Longtime Activist Sean Strub Tackles Stigma at this Year’s World AIDS Day Luncheon

Activist Sean Strub has spent three decades at the center of the HIV epidemic.

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After the Tragedy: An Interview with Professor Paul Butler on the Fight Against AIDS

I remember so many men—smart men, young men, strong men, with sunken cheeks and hallowed eyes, the dead, the almost…

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