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National HIV/AIDS Strategy Rundown

Written by BLC intern Julie Lee

On July 30th, 2015, the White House released the new National HIV/AIDS Strategy: Updated to 2020. The new Strategy outlines four main goals: 1) reducing new HIV infections; 2) increasing access to care and improving health outcomes for people living with HIV; 3) reducing HIV-related disparities and health inequities; and 4) achieving a more coordinated national response to the HIV epidemic. 385 more words


Strike a Pose!

Written by BLC guest blogger Rob Quinn

As a long-term survivor living and thriving with HIV/AIDS, I am continually seeking out new immune boosting health routines to help strengthen, relax and rejuvenate my body. 626 more words


Cat bids farewell to the BLC!

Caterina “Cat” Rodriguez has been our social work intern at the BLC for the past 8 months. As she moves forward in her journey at Boston College to become a social worker, it is time for Cat to say goodbye to the BLC and leave us with some thoughts of her experience here… 665 more words


Meet Rob Quinn: BLC Member and New Guest Blogger! (Part 2)

Welcome back, Rob!

Tell us a little bit about OpenlyPoz.com – when did you create it?

OpenlyPoz.com was launched November 16, 2012, on the 19th anniversary of my HIV-positive diagnosis. 805 more words


Meet Rob Quinn: BLC Member and New Guest Blogger! (Part 1)

Hi Rob! Great to meet you. Can you tell us a little bit about what you do?

I am a passionate openly gay, HIV-positive activist, blogger and educator. 785 more words


Boston Living Center 2012

It’s always nice to escape from Ithaca every once in awhile. But who could have imagined that our week in Boston would be so life-changing (and not just because it was 80 degrees all week)? 947 more words

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The impact of an internship- Theresa Powers shares her experience and learnings from interning at the Boston Living Center

Around the globe, there are approximately 40 million people currently living with HIV, and an estimated 25 million have died from the disease. In the United States, approximately 1 million people are currently living with HIV. 2,674 more words