Vancouver pharmacies first in Canada to provide free HIV testing

Vancouver is the first city in Canada where you can take a free HIV test at a pharmacy.

Vancouver Coastal Health and Providence Health Care announced Tuesday that they’re piloting the feasibility of local pharmacies offering HIV tests to customers by introducing the test at two Vancouver Medicine Shoppe locations. 313 more words


Gay men are shaming each other over the anti-HIV drug that could save their lives

What would it be like to live in a world where preventive medication has rendered HIV completely non-infectious? In the general population, this question may seem somewhat less pressing, but among gay and bisexual men, especially those who live in urban centers like New York and San Francisco, it’s been a topic of intense debate during recent weeks. 955 more words

HHS Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program States/Territories Part B Supplemental Grant Program

Description:       The purpose of this program is to supplement the HIV care and treatment services provided by the States/Territories.  The amount of funding is determined by the applicant’s ability to demonstrate the need in the State/Territory based on an objective and quantified basis.   408 more words

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Not Much Makes Sense

Doing a little research
To better understand social issues
Related to AIDS

Not much makes sense

The rhetoric becoming gospel
The dogma becoming policy
The science becoming religion… 100 more words


Celebrate Good Times: Our 50th Blog

We are excited to announce that this is our 50th blog post! We are even more excited to announce that we will celebrate our 100th anniversary in 2017! 231 more words


India’s role in increasing access to HCV drugs

Source: Down to Earth

28 July 2014

Early intervention by the Indian government and civil society will be essential to overcome patent barriers to ensure that the new drugs available are not priced out of reach of most people in developing countries… 1,074 more words

Access To Medicines