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Ask A Pharmacist: The ART of Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Medicine

Ask A Pharmacist: The ART of Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Medicine

June 26, 2014, by

Are you nervous about starting HIV meds because of side effects? See how blood tests can help you figure out beforehand which drugs will work best for you. Read More

PrEPared to Fight: A Woman-Centered Approach to HIV Prevention

PrEPared to Fight: A Woman-Centered Approach to HIV Prevention

June 18, 2014, by

Poppy Hillsborough entered SF General with babies on her mind. See how PrEP and other new prevention tools help women like her start families with their HIV-positive partners. Read More

Promiscuous Gay Nerd: What Happens to Twinks When They Grow Up?

Promiscuous Gay Nerd: What Happens to Twinks When They Grow Up?

June 18, 2014, by

“Twink” offered a way to package myself in a way that other gay men found hot. Entering my 30s, the options for crafting a gay adult identity seemed narrow. Read More

Heroes in the Fight: Meet Peter Staley

Heroes in the Fight: Meet Peter Staley

June 17, 2014, by

Peter Staley never meant to become an activist—but be glad he did. See how he and other early AIDS activists revolutionized drug development and changed the doctor-patient dynamic for good. Read More

San Francisco’s National HIV/AIDS Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day

San Francisco’s National HIV/AIDS Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day

June 16, 2014, by

The first National HIV/AIDS Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day showed what a community can do when its members put their heads and hearts together. Read More