Birds Eye Online News Package on Rae Lewis Thornton – HIV/AIDS Awareness. Rae Lewis Thornton, nationally renowned AIDS activist gives Birds Eye Online a first look at the launch of her “Protected” jewelry line in efforts to help bring beauty and awareness to HIV/AIDS. Rae’s complete line of hand crafted jewelry will be launched this spring. For More Informtion please visit www.RLTCOLLECTION.com
Ukraine has the largest incidence of HIV in Europe. A devastating problem that is still growing and crossing over from high-risk groups to the general population. People Like Us shows the lives of some of those living with HIV in Ukraine and the efforts of Red Cross Visiting Nurses and other groups to care for them and stem the further rise of the disease.
Catch my weekly radio show:blogtalkradio.com Join me on Facebook:facebook.com Follow me on Twitter:tinyurl.com Skype:theadviseshow2 My personal opinion on this story is this is evil and wrong. How are you going to willingly give someone a deadly disease and think this is ok. I feel sorry for this woman’s kids but as for her i really don’t. how many men did she do this 2? Whether it’s male or female this is murder giving people HIV.
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Beyond the Odds is a multimedia arts project designed to illuminate the perspectives and personal stories of young people living with HIV/AIDS. The poem reflects the true and intimate reflections of a youth participant from Beyond the Odds, a project of the Public Radio Makers Quest 2.0. Jari Bradley of Youth Speaks performed and co-created the poem with B-Lady of Beyond the Odds. To hear more poems and read B-Lady’s personal story of living with HIV. Log onto www.beyondtheodds.org. This video comes to you from Public Radio Makers Quest 2.0, an initiative of AIR, the Association of Independents in Radio, Incorporated. This project is made possible with funding from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
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The word “AIDS” is one of the most complex, confusing and mysterious words in science, medicine and in the English language. It’s impossible for a medical dictionary to accurately define it. No matter what anyone says, “AIDS” is not clear cut. Its four letters which make up the acronym are centered in a web of complexity, so much so it took us 58-minutes to scratch the surface. In this clip we look at: CDC: Initial AIDS Definition, Clinical AIDS: A New Disease, A Growing Family: AIDS Marker Diseases and Indicators, Creating an African AIDS Definition, Bangui: AIDS By Numbers, Bangui: Peripheral Psychological Damage, Bangui Redux: National Variations in AIDS Definitions, Through a Glass Darkly: African AIDS Statistics, Bangui Westernized, Politics and Public Health: A Study in Conflict, CD4 T-Cell Count Marker: Medical Application, Addition by Subtraction: 1997 CDC Tables 11 and 12 Visit www.houseofnumbers.com for more information
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HIV/AIDS Hoax Exposed with Brent Leung truthbrigade.org In 2006 Canadian filmmaker Brent Leung embarked on a two year journey, spanning five continents, to interview the world’s leading authorities on HIV/AIDS. His quest took him to China, Australia, South Africa, Western Europe, Canada, and the United States, where he sought out the world’s foremost scientists, doctors, advocates and activists; the men and women who have laid the foundation for everything we know (or think we know) about HIV/AIDS. These one-on-one interviews, coming more than 25 years after HIV and AIDS were first identified, are candid, revealing, at times disturbing and shocking. The information brought to light in these encounters will lead you to rethink all the conventional wisdom , as the story of HIV/AIDS is rewritten before your very eyes. View Trailer here: www.houseofnumbers.com About the film: What is HIV? What is AIDS? What is being done to cure it? These questions sent Canadian filmmaker Brent Leung on a worldwide journey, from the highest echelons of the medical research establishment to the slums of South Africa, where death and disease are the order of the day. In this up-to-the-minute documentary, he observes that although AIDS has been front-page news for over 28 years, it is barely understood. Despite the great effort, time, and money spent, no cure is in sight. The film unveils candid conversations on several key points: Why does the definition of AIDS change from country to country …
Sex…rape and consensual, occur in Jamaican Prisons. It’s the worst kept secret. Ex-prisoners talk about this frightening ordeal: Sex among male prisoners and yet prison officials refuse to allow condoms to be distributed in the island’s prisons. Condoms are considered contraband and if prisoners are found with any, they are confiscated. This video explores this very taboo an emotional issue. Ex-prisoners and former employees of the prisons talk openly about what occur behind the prisons walls often under cover of darkness. The non-distribution of condoms and the link to HIV Transmission, the rights of prisoners are also explored. This video was produced by Advanced Media Production under a fellowship administered by Panos Caribbean and funded by Panos’ Global AIDS Programme.
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