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Sources: Annotated Bibliography!

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In this post I will list source material for my research as well as small annotations that provide insight into each source and how they relate to my topic. 895 more words

HIV Prevention

Preventing HIV with PEP and PrEP

Are you a victim of sexual assault, unmarried and having trouble convincing your partner to use condoms regularly, is your spouse unfaithful, are you a sex worker, do you have multiple sexual partners? 950 more words


Validating Estimates of the Size of Key Populations: A Study in Region 4 of Guyana

HIV is a major cause of death in Guyana. Cases are concentrated in the coastal regions, and certain subpopulations face much higher rates of HIV. Before effective interventions for these key populations can be designed, researchers must understand where they are and how to reach them. 192 more words


Planned Parenthood Launches Initiative to Expand HIV Prevention

A retired clinical psychologist, Dr. Beth Grosshans oversaw a New Jersey-based private practice focused on children and families. In retirement, Dr. Beth Grosshans spends her time writing, speaking, and supporting various nonprofit groups, including Planned Parenthood Federation of America. 153 more words

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“The Mess He Made” re-creates the ritual of an HIV test — and its aftermath

From the Huffington Post Queer Voices

Mainstream films like “Philadelphia” and “The Dallas Buyers Club” have undoubtedly raised awareness of HIV/AIDS issues ― to varying degrees of success ― in Hollywood.  118 more words

In The News

What Is HIV/AIDS And How To Stay Away!!

HIV or human immunodeficiency virus is, as the name suggests, a virus and infection of the immune system. It is one of the most known viruses all over the world particularly because of its grave symptoms that result when a body’s immune system is vulnerable. 538 more words

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Anti-HIV pill safe among gay, bisexual adolescent boys

From Reuters Health

A pill that protects against the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) can be safely used by young men who have sex with men, according to a new study. 572 more words