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National Indian Women's Health Resource Center 18s
Learning lots of insightful education and information on ending the epidemic from at the final NLAAD 2020 webinar this afternoon!
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Wade Schaerer Oct 21
My car stickers have made the biggest impact! Not a day goes by without someone asking me to further explain what it means. has changed & everyone should know!
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Kid Oct 20
My goal? — to become Undetectable. to become Untransmittable.
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L.Joseph Robert Oct 19
Am here to assure you that being HIV+ isn't the end of the road Provided you Adhere to your medication,you become Undetectable and able to pursue all your dreams while living healthy
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Murray Penner 🇺🇸🏳️‍🌈 #BlackLivesMatter #Vote 9h
to 1979. Times were simpler then ( wasn’t transforming lives yet bc there wasn’t HIV & Jimmy Carter was Prez.). But I did own a blow dryer then & don’t now. And I was struggling w/ coming out in a small, rural town. Ck out the denim 3-piece suit, tho!
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Murray Penner 🇺🇸🏳️‍🌈 #BlackLivesMatter #Vote Oct 21
On International Pronouns Day, Its a great time to add the pronouns you prefer to use to your profiles and signature blocks. It’s a simple way to demonstrate support for our trans and non-binary friends. I use he/him/his pronouns. What about you?
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Ruth Serrano Oct 21
Check out our poster in and how we revealed a series of falsely elevated HIV VL results in our clinic. Listen and trust your patient! It's the only way to End the HIV Epidemic. "Unmasking the Undetectable"
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Prevention Access Oct 20
Join us and on October 28th for the Latin American Stigma & Discrimination Forum. More info:
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Aisa Nkya Muya Oct 20
Positive mind = positive life , Undetectable Equals Untransmittable
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Pozitively Dee Discussion Oct 19
Says she knows why women should know about and will continue to learn more about the U=U message to share with others to improve the lives of to stop the internalized stigma that will help them stay in care.
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Murray Penner 🇺🇸🏳️‍🌈 #BlackLivesMatter #Vote 4h
Ppl w/ HIV aren’t a danger either, no matter one’s viral load. There are tools in addition to to enjoy safe & healthy sex, incl. using condoms & PrEP for neg. partners. One’s HIV status or VL doesn’t define them! & an undetectable VL is still the goal!
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Pozitively Dee Discussion Oct 18
Aleica founder of knows why it's so important to share . People with can not transmit to their partners when they stay adherent to their medication, undetectable, which means zero risk of transmission.
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Central Illinois FRIENDS Oct 20
Don't let stigma, hate, misinformation, prejudices, & ignorance win. Get in the know, learn about , , & how you can get tested for free. We can get to zero new diagnoses, but we need you. Call 309-671-2133 for your free appointment.
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Matovu william Oct 19
We can end this together.
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Care2Prevent Oct 19
We're out on 63rd and Ashland offering FREE HIV and STI testing until 6pm. Come on by to say hi and pick up a safer sex kit too!
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equals_id Oct 20
Why not changing HIV education and campaign into something more soothing images to the eyes, more peaceful feeling to the soul? Bringing positive vibes in..... is in 🇲🇨🇲🇨
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#FLICKOFFHIV at the Kenneth Young Center Oct 19
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Murray Penner 🇺🇸🏳️‍🌈 #BlackLivesMatter #Vote Oct 20
“These findings demonstrate the significant personal & social import. of U = U that go beyond the well-documented hlth benefits of VS, suggesting providers should consider routinely initiating convos w/ pts around the multifaceted benefits of VS”
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Joy Ann Juvelis, PhD 8h
Culturally appropriate ways, yes.The culturally specific barriers to HIV treatment may not be the ones we think of as obvious. 400,000 is a huge number.
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Prevention Access Oct 15
"Disclosure" implies that living with HIV should be a secret one has to reveal. Living with HIV is not something to be ashamed of. Know your status. Share the fact that people with HIV on effective treatment cannot pass it on (). End HIV-related stigma.
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