PrEP (Pre-exposure Prophylaxis):The Future of HIV Risk Reduction? Implications, Implementation & Inhibitions

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Lily&Q’s say…With all the buzz in the HIV community about reducing HIV transmission rates around the world, these articles explore PrEP and how implementing it can be a start for people who are at high risk because of their lifestyles and choices. FDA Approves First Generic Version of Gilead’s HIV Drug Truvada Wednesday, June 28,… Continue Reading PrEP (Pre-exposure Prophylaxis):The Future of HIV Risk Reduction? Implications, Implementation & Inhibitions

Asian and Pacific Islander Awareness Day Friday, May 19, 2016:

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Saving face can’t make you safe. Talk about HIV—for me, for you, for everyone. National Asian and Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day will be observed nationwide on Friday, May 19 this year. Founded by the Banyan Tree Project with support from the CDC-Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and others, this awareness/testing event is a… Continue Reading Asian and Pacific Islander Awareness Day Friday, May 19, 2016:

“New Approach Makes Cells Resistant To HIV – ScienceDaily

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Scientists have found a way to tether HIV-fighting antibodies to immune cells, “creating a cell population resistant to the virus. Their experiments under lab conditions show that these resistant cells can quickly replace diseased cells potentially curing the disease in a person with HIV.” Lily&Q’s think… “Hold YOUR horses, Lily” it is only RESEARCH at… Continue Reading “New Approach Makes Cells Resistant To HIV – ScienceDaily

To Be Transgender:Lily&Q’s Introduction Part 1

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Lily&Q’s say… Being transfixed on transgender seems to be “all the rage”, here lately. T.V. hasn’t helped spread the truth in most cases, either. Go figure. Even though the NC Governor has temporarily put it on hold, North Carolina representatives recently debated and passed a law that a person must urinate(pee) and defecate (pooh) in… Continue Reading To Be Transgender:Lily&Q’s Introduction Part 1

Emotional Survival Skills for Dangerous Times – Living Well With HIV – TheBody.com

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“The times they are a changing…” is quite an understatement since we are about ready to see what our new President of the United States will react and respond to in his first 100 days in office. This article caught our eye because it talks about the stress and irritability that comes with not knowing… Continue Reading Emotional Survival Skills for Dangerous Times – Living Well With HIV – TheBody.com

Eyes Over 40+

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As those of us with HIV continue to live longer, “aged-related” ailments are now becoming more of a reality for us-One we never thought we’d be around to deal with! After all, “A.I.D.S.-related illnesses” were supposed to have already killed us as they did many of our lovers and friends, but here we are “Long-term… Continue Reading Eyes Over 40+