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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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Columns

AIDS Watch: Achtung, Baby

In early September, a German group released a new and controversial AIDS awareness advertisement featuring a 45-second video of a…

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Featured

22 Years and Counting

Since 1981, HIV and AIDS have claimed more than 25 million lives, with HIV infections continuing to increase at alarming…

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Arts & Entertainment

Still Beating

"I have always looked at The Normal Heart as a play about a war!” director Joe Watts says of the…

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Books

The Triumph of a Mother’s Will

"Sometimes I think we know each other so well, and yet we both keep growing, so there's ever more knowing…

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Local News

Latino HIV Task Force Open House on Friday, Feb. 25

The Latino HIV Task Force will sponsor an open house from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Friday, Feb. 25 at…

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National News

‘Stop AIDS’ Program Spreads Prevention Message

Nestled between two Jacksonville motels long past their prime on a seedy stretch of Philips Highway, a small diner serves…

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Columns

How HIV Still Surprises Us

You would think that doctors would feel pretty cocky by now about HIV. We can test for the virus and…

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Health & Wellness

Commemorating 30 Years of HIV/AIDS

Today marks 30 years since the first report of a mysterious and deadly new syndrome that would come to be…

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International News

UN Says New AIDS Infections Dropped Since 2001

The last decade has seen a nearly 25 percent decline in new HIV infections, a reduction in AIDS-related deaths, and…

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