I had a conversation with two students a few months ago concerning our personal knowledge of LGBTQ history. While we talked, we collectively realized that outside of minor discussions of HIV/AIDS in health class (which wan’t necessarily accurate, in my case), we knew very little about that moment in history. 481 more words
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“Fascinating.” “A complete first.” “Striking.” “Too amazing to be real.” Those are some of the reactions researchers are having to a provocative, baffling monkey study suggesting that a monoclonal antibody used to treat inflammatory bowel disease in humans might lead to a “functional” cure of an infection with the AIDS virus. 938 more words
Harold “Scottie” Scott
If I Were Brave, One Man’s Journey is a true story.
A story of a southern, farm boy from Tennessee, who, after a positive test for HIV infection, at age 29, navigates his way into, and through the dark, emotional days he experienced, in coming to terms with the life changing diagnosis. 354 more words
study investigated the effect of use of symbols and pictorials in designing HIV/AIDS educational preventive interventions in selected rural communities in Abia State, Nigeria. One hundred and eighty respondents composed of female between the ages of (25-55) years were chosen for the study. 166 more words