HIV and the Church

    // From the Blog

    The Way Forward Globally...
    Kay Warren HIV and AIDS radio spot...
    As mentioned in our introduction, “Getting to Zero!” is primarily being used to express a heart-felt goal that there are NO NEW HIV INFECTIONS, NO NEW HIV&AIDS-RELATED DEATHS and NO STIGMA and DISCRIMINATION against people living with HIV&AIDS by the year 2015....
    In March of 2013 at The Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI 2013), scientists announced a baby girl in Mississippi was found to have cleared HIV through the use of antiretroviral therapy initiated within 36 hours after birth. This case drew a great deal of controversy, partially due to the media dubbing the baby 'cured of HIV'. Most involved in the case, and in HIV science and medicine, now call this baby a case of 'HIV remission'. Whether or not the Mississippi baby was indeed 'cured' of HIV, the case did bring significant attention and momentum to research into the very early initiation of ARVs in newborns....


     
    // Featured Story

    John shares his story of being diagnosed with HIV, how it felt, and how it impacted everything.  Living in New York City when he tested positive for HIV, the only support he found was at the Gay Men's Health Crisis, who offered regular meals, and medication support, but still something was missing.