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Exciting news for women living with HIV, our study found the human papilloma virus or HPV vaccine was safe and effective at preventing cervical cancer. “The vaccine works for HIV-infected women in terms of developing antibodies,” says Dr. Erna Milunka Kojic, the study’s chair and investigator at our Miriam Hospital site in Providence. #actg2014 #hiv #aids #womenshealth #hpv http://ift.tt/1lg0ZFf

Exciting news for women living with HIV, our study found the human papilloma virus or HPV vaccine was safe and effective at preventing cervical cancer. “The vaccine works for HIV-infected women in terms of developing antibodies,” says Dr. Erna Milunka Kojic, the study’s chair and investigator at our Miriam Hospital site in Providence. #actg2014 #hiv #aids #womenshealth #hpv http://ift.tt/1lg0ZFf

Exciting news for women living with HIV, our study found the human papilloma virus or HPV vaccine was safe and effective at preventing cervical cancer. “The vaccine works for HIV-infected women in terms of developing antibodies,” says Dr. Erna Milunka Kojic, the study’s chair and investigator at our Miriam Hospital site in Providence. Read more about the study here.

Exciting news for women living with HIV, our study found the human papilloma virus or HPV vaccine was safe and effective at preventing cervical cancer. “The vaccine works for HIV-infected women in terms of developing antibodies,” says Dr. Erna Milunka Kojic, the study’s chair and investigator at our Miriam Hospital site in Providence. Read more about the study here.

Our Dr. Alan Landay believes collaboration is key to furthering HIV research. And his background proves this philosophy works. In 1985 he was a part of a team that developed the first antibody and antigen tests for HIV diagnosis. Visit our website to read more about his work at our Rush University Medical Center site. actgnetwork.org
#actg2014 #hiv #aids #research #rush http://ift.tt/1isZqVr

Our Dr. Alan Landay believes collaboration is key to furthering HIV research. And his background proves this philosophy works. In 1985 he was a part of a team that developed the first antibody and antigen tests for HIV diagnosis. Visit our website to read more about his work at our Rush University Medical Center site. actgnetwork.org
#actg2014 #hiv #aids #research #rush http://ift.tt/1isZqVr

Our Dr. Alan Landay believes collaboration is key to furthering HIV research. And his background proves this philosophy works. In 1985 he was a part of a team that developed the first antibody and antigen tests for HIV diagnosis. Click here to read more about his work at our Rush University Medical Center site. 

Our Dr. Alan Landay believes collaboration is key to furthering HIV research. And his background proves this philosophy works. In 1985 he was a part of a team that developed the first antibody and antigen tests for HIV diagnosis. Click here to read more about his work at our Rush University Medical Center site. 

In this week’s World Wednesday post we look at pop art protection. There is stigma around buying condoms in Kenya. But 1.6 million Kenyans live with HIV. So a local artist designed the brightly colored packaging to disguise the condom inside. #hiv #aids #Kenya #condoms #worldwednesday http://ift.tt/1j00Fcm

In this week’s World Wednesday post we look at pop art protection. There is stigma around buying condoms in Kenya. But 1.6 million Kenyans live with HIV. So a local artist designed the brightly colored packaging to disguise the condom inside. #hiv #aids #Kenya #condoms #worldwednesday http://ift.tt/1j00Fcm

Pop art protection: How these funky condoms could save countless lives

In this week’s World Wednesday post we look at pop art protection. There is stigma around buying condoms in Kenya. But 1.6 million Kenyans live with HIV. So a local artist designed the brightly colored packaging to disguise the condom inside.

Their college friend disclosing that he was living with HIV inspired a group of friends to write a play about tackling stigma. Despite These Marks: An HIV Devised Theatre Piece draws on interviews with people infected and affected by HIV. Our Univ. of Washington Outreach Coordinator Michael Louella was interviewed and is featured in the play. #hiv #aids #endstigma http://ift.tt/1eEi5OM

Their college friend disclosing that he was living with HIV inspired a group of friends to write a play about tackling stigma. Despite These Marks: An HIV Devised Theatre Piece draws on interviews with people infected and affected by HIV. Our Univ. of Washington Outreach Coordinator Michael Louella was interviewed and is featured in the play. #hiv #aids #endstigma http://ift.tt/1eEi5OM

Faces of AIDS 2013: Despite These Marks

Their college friend disclosing that he was living with HIV inspired a group of friends to write a play about tackling stigma. Despite These Marks: An HIV Devised Theatre Piece draws on interviews with people infected and affected by HIV. Our Univ. of Washington Outreach Coordinator Michael Louella was interviewed and is featured in the play. Check out the video above for more about the performance!

Our Univ. of California San Diego AntiViral Research Center site is hosting a free talk about PrEP tonight from 6-8 p.m. at 3909 Centre Street. #actg2014 #hiv #aids #PrEP #sandiego http://ift.tt/1eB9ix2

Our Univ. of California San Diego AntiViral Research Center site is hosting a free talk about PrEP tonight from 6-8 p.m. at 3909 Centre Street. #actg2014 #hiv #aids #PrEP #sandiego http://ift.tt/1eB9ix2

Our Univ. of California San Diego AntiViral Research Center site is hosting a free talk about PrEP tonight. Click here to register!

Our Univ. of California San Diego AntiViral Research Center site is hosting a free talk about PrEP tonight. Click here to register!