Tag Archives: AIDS MANILA

The Tough Lady Archer

07.29.2017 First Time She was 18, she sent me a message asking about her treatment and that she was afraid that her family will find out about her status.  She stopped contacting me for a while and then she came … Continue reading

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IAS: Guidance note on the use of antiretrovirals for prevention in the context of universal access to treatment

07.13.2017 NOTE: I am unable to post or add a file in the HASH facebook page. But this is a good reference material.((Not an original post, downloaded from the International AIDS Society page)) SOURCE:  https://www.iasociety.org/Nobody-Left-Behind This Nobody-Left-Behind Guidance on ARV … Continue reading

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March – April 2017, HIV AIDS REGISTRY OF THE PHILIPPINES (late post)

07.03.2017 While I am quite sure that the May, 2017 data will have come out in the next couple of days, it’s too late since I realized this after I did the table below =( So here are the march … Continue reading

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I Want To.

04.03.2017 I want to write. I have been wanting to write about things, maybe my trip to Baguio up north Or my day in the Congress hearing for the AIDS law Amendment, or maybe my day with some close friends … Continue reading

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(un)Real Advocacy

01.12.2017 They say  advocacy is being able to institutionalize certain protocols or policies into the entire system. Hardcore advocates would Define advocacy as something strictly related to policy lobbying.  How do we really Define real advocacy? When a positive comes … Continue reading

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Sad Stories and Sadder You

1.3.2016 Yesterday, I posted a blog about someone who died who happened to have been abandoned by his family, a lot of the kids from the positive Community felt sad and some felt bad about what happened. While I Write Blogs to … Continue reading

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Courage In Stories

1.1.2016 In a recent conversation with another positive Community member, we were talking about sharing stories of coming out and how things are as they transitioned into the so-called positive life. It struck me how some people equate showing their … Continue reading

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CONFERENCE DAILY REVIEW – July 21, 2016 (Day 4)

This is a re-post from conference_news@aids2016 as sent to all Conference delegates Day Four AIDS 2016: Closing the Gap with a Royal Visit “Where are the men?” is a frequent refrain in HIV prevention, but on Thursday the AIDS 2016 symposia … Continue reading

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The AIDS March

07.18.2016 The AIDS March We went on to the Global Village and split up, James  (my roommate) wanted to watch the main stage and I wanted to go around to network.  Time was fast and soon we had to meet up … Continue reading

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Gay Apps in #AIDS2016

07.22.2016 Gay Apps and the Blame Game A brief presentation of a research on gay apps was shown to the plenary: Preferences of MSMs Majority of men endorsed the idea that apps and online forums were acceptable sources of health … Continue reading

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