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A condom in every jail cell Sensitivity training for health care workers, improved counselling for HIV-infected men and the... 21 July
Bob Tivey (San Francisco, 1983) A fearless AIDS pioneer Bob Tivey, 1943-2011 AIDS Vancouver co-founder Bob Tivey is being remembered as a fearless and... 21 March
A foot soldier for maternal health Gretchen Roedde was a general practitioner in a small northern Ontario town when, in 1987, she... 14 December
A global approach to medical training Adam McInnes's medical school practicum in Mozambique was lifechanging. The second-year University... 22 July
Roadside market stalls in Accra.  A good day in Ghana It was in Ghana, West Africa that I was asked the most troubling question by an interview subject.... 28 July
Peggy Frank A hard pill to swallow for Oak Bay artist   Reyataz. Kaletra. Zerit. Norvir. The names, strange to pronounce and numerous in variety,... 26 April
A life stained by stigma, now rich in love A positive HIV diagnosis left Bradford McIntyre ostracized and isolated; but because of St. Paul’s... 26 October
telegraph.co.uk A look at the history of AIDS in the U.S. PICTURES THROUGH TIME Robert Gallo and Luc Montagnier identified HIV — the virus that causes AIDS... 19 July
Dr. Julio Montaner A made-in-Canada health strategy is making waves worldwide – just not in Canada TORONTO — Last month, Vancouver’s St. Paul’s Hospital took a step that not long ago would’ve been... 4 July
Man sitting by brick wall A mission to break down HIV stigma FILM director Mikey Trotter did not hesitate at the opportunity to be the creative mastermind... 3 July
Karakatsanis and Moldaver A more cautious Supreme Court? The appointment of two new justices to the Supreme Court of Canada may not, as some progressive... 10 November
Heather McLean A New Beginning (Kamloops) While waiting in jail to be sentenced for multiple convictions on breaches of probation,... 30 April
A New Year’s challenge: What would you do this year if you weren’t afraid? Despite my years of experience with abandoned New Year’s resolutions, I still enjoy the... 11 January
Red ribbon A Philippine oasis for HIV/AIDS patients Manila, Philippines - A cramped office on a four-storey rundown building in one of the Philippine... 6 August
A Portable HIV Test That Provides Results In Minutes One day soon, consumers may have more than just sketchy Internet information to help them self-... 27 November
Doctor pricking finger for blood test A Prescription for Ending the HIV Epidemic Antiretroviral treatment can enable HIV-infected Americans to avoid the debilitating illnesses and... 17 September
Stethoscope A prescription for reform needed in health care system As Information and Privacy Commissioner for British Columbia, my role is to inform the public about... 1 May
A roll of the dice no way to determine a teen's future System gambles with the lives of our throwaway children - and loses They are our lost children. The... 17 August
Jon A roof over his head Life started out pretty good, says Jon quietly, volleying between glances at the window and eye... 5 January
Stop Concurrency camapign A Seattle AIDS campaign stirs charges of racism The focus is on reducing disproportionate disease risk among parts of the black population. Much of... 25 August
HIV+ A tale of two epidemics: HIV and unjust criminalization This week, some 30,000 people from around the world are gathering in Washington at theInternational... 27 July
Red ribbon A tale of two nations: First Peoples’ experiences with HIV and the need for more appropriate data in Australia and Canada In the high-income countries of Canada and Australia, First Peoples face serious challenges to... 22 July
A thousand Catholic priests fear that equal marriage marks a return to ‘centuries of persecution’ More than a thousand Catholic priests have signed a letter saying that if equal marriage is... 19 January
Red ribbon A Victory for Iowans Living with HIV and AIDS In the early hours of May 1, a historic bill passed the Iowa House that will modernize Iowa's... 5 May
A victory for Novartis could spell death for millions A case being heard in the Indian Supreme Court on Tuesday could signal a death sentence for Loon... 8 September