A focus that emphasizes the benefits of advocating for yourself. It’s also a guide for those whose loved ones are affected by HIV/AIDS.
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Empowerment not only helped save Pam Goodrich’s life, it also gave her the chance to advocate for others.
There is no better way to summarize the goals of self-empowerment than to highlight The Denver Principles.
The quality of the relationship with your doctor is critical to long and healthy living with HIV.
As we said before, it’s partly your doctor’s responsibility to be on top of your health, but you have to do your part too.
Taking medicine can halt the damage HIV does to your immune system, ultimately helping you live longer and healthier.
While docs can recommend when HIV treatment should start, only you can decide when you’re ready to begin. Self-advocacy and communication wi
Advocate for what you need—and deserve.
From Mechelle Jones’s experiences, both as a person living with HIV and an HIV services provider.
How HIV treatment advocacy can heal you, your community and the world.
“I was an activist before I was diagnosed, and I’m sure I’ll be an activist until the day I die.”
When the Black AIDS Institute looked at the soaring national HIV infection rates among African Americans, the solution seemed clear.
Four years ago, Cedric Sturdevant lay in a hospital bed fighting complications from AIDS. The experience profoundly changed his life.
Your willingness to take action as an advocate could greatly influence your life—and those of millions of people living with HIV.
It’s been said that if you don’t do things for yourself no one else will.