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  • AJ from Nashville

    AJ’s Story (New Activist)

    Newly Diagnosed, Recently Encouraged, Now an Activist Ya know, feel good messages, well… feel good.  To an extent.  We all get burned out on them and burned out on the warm, fuzzy feelings that they put us through particularly during the obnoxiously long holiday period that seem to start in the summer months, lately.  So, […] More

  • Rob Quinn from Openly Poz
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    Clearing HIV/AIDS & Life’s Hurdles R⁴ Style

    Guest Post — Rob Quinn from   [box_light]It’s always an honor for me to be able to have the opportunity for others to share their stories, insight and lessons from their journey living with HIV.  This guest post is another example of that opportunity and blessing.  Enjoy! – Josh Robbins,[/box_light] Hi, my name […] More

  • Listen to Bob says
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    You Should Listen to Bob!’s Bob Leahy With Advice for the Newly Diagnosed ISJ has a long-standing relationship and admiration of By: Bob Leahy, editor of, Canada’s online HIV magazine. He’s been HIV-positive for twenty years. IT took more than a few minutes to sink in; in fact it wasn’t until I was on the streetcar going home […] More

  • Mark Hubbard
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    HIV/AIDS Cure: When and What?

    Nashville resident, Mark Hubbard, among activists and researchers featured in a new video First Posted on O&AN July 3, 2013 – O&AN Staff Reports Following today’s released reports that two men have been “showing no signs of [the HIV] virus” following stem-cell transplants, we found a video filmed at a Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) pre-conference. Posted by […] More