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Friends of Padre Steve’s World

I have to admit I never know what will get me going and what will trigger memories of different events in the past. 1,953 more words


The Enduring Mystery of an Encounter with an AIDS Patient

Last night I wrote about my early experience dealing with AIDS while serving as an Army Medical Service Corps personnel officer in 1987. In the 1990s that experience changed as I began to deal with men and women who were dying of the effects of full blown AIDS while serving as a hospital chaplain. 2,931 more words


Support & Vote for Inspiring Leadership | India's Sultan Khetani, member of Harvard Medical School team - 2014 Bright Futures Prize

Ismailimail highlights the fourth and final of 4 posts today, seeking support from our readers to vote for some inspiring people and organization as they continue in their quest for excellence and making a difference. 1,027 more words

Ismaili Muslims In The News

Mumbai grocer's son's HIV project in final 3 for Harvard award

The son of grocer in Dharagani village, Khetani left home when he was barely four years old and lived in hostels in Panchgani and Mumbai, set up by the Fidai Trust and the Life Trust, both of which work towards the betterment of the Khoja Ismaili community.

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Ismaili Muslims In The News

Pastor’s Alleged Admissions Shock Alabama Congregation | Oct. 9, 2014 | By Billy Hallowell

An Alabama pastor’s alleged admission that he has AIDS and has slept with church members without notifying them of the disease has left his congregation shocked and dismayed. 460 more words

Society & Religion

(Updated) Vote for Sultan Khetani: Harvard Medical School, 2014 Bright Futures Prize

Imagine how “detecting HIV on a piece of paper” using a hand held device for less than $2 in 30 minutes, can change peoples’ lives around the globe. 650 more words

Ismaili Muslims In The News

Half of HIV+ Gay Men Don't Take Life-Saving Drugs

Since the mid-1990s, powerful anti-HIV drugs have helped turn HIV-AIDS into a chronic condition as opposed to a death sentence. But in the latest report… 359 more words