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Author Archives: San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Want to Train Your Brain?

Want to Train Your Brain?

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Take a short survey and volunteer to test-drive a new “brain training” program to treat HIV-related memory and attention problems. Read More

New Resource: LGBT People’s Guide to Choosing Health Care Plans

New Resource: LGBT People’s Guide to Choosing Health Care Plans

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Where to start and what questions to ask as you weigh your health plan options and seek skilled, unbiased care for yourself and/or your family. Read More

Getting to Zero: Dr. Diane Havlir

Getting to Zero: Dr. Diane Havlir

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

See what “getting to zero” means to a longtime HIV doc, and why she says, “We are moving towards the end of the HIV epidemic.” Read More

How Do You Talk About It? A Promotora de Salud Talks “Undetectable”

How Do You Talk About It? A Promotora de Salud Talks “Undetectable”

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

How does health promoter Norma Azúcar talk to the Latino community about undetectable viral load? “I use myself as an example." Read this Q&A in English and Spanish. Read More

HIV Not Cured in “Boston Patients”

HIV Not Cured in “Boston Patients”

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

HIV has reappeared in two men who underwent stem cell therapies in hope of a cure. What does this mean for HIV cure research moving forward? Read More