Tag Archives: AIDS

The U.S. could learn something from Rwanda

That nation, so ravaged by war in the ’90s, could teach us something about keeping people who are HIV-positive on their life-extending meds.

You can read more here.

A little more reading with today’s piece…

To read the piece, go here.

To read more about “Victory Deferred: How AIDS Changed Gay Life in America,” go here.

To read John-Manuel Andriote’s column in “The Bulletin,” go here.

To read about Connecticut AIDS Resource Coalition, go here.

To read about the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s report on the lack of ongoing medical care for Americans with HIV/AIDS, go here or here. To read some CDC statistics, go here.

To read more about the 30th anniversary of the AIDS crisis in America, go here.

To read more about Center Church, Hartford, go here.