Saturday, October 22, 2011

AIDS/HIV, STDs, sexually transmitted diseases

ATL gay couples can now detect, prevent HIV ‘together’

Can I get cancer from oral sex?

Can I get Cancer from Oral Sex?

Oral Sex May Cause More Throat Cancer Than Smoking in Men, Researchers Say, By Robert Langreth, Oct 4, 2011, 12:01 AM ET

HIV/AIDS Treatment Breakthrough, Big Think Editors on September 24, 2011

This is a report from a national study conducted by STOP AIDS Project, The California HIV/STD Prevention Training Center and the San Francisco Department of Public Health. It was funded through a grant from amfAR

Banning Queer Blood, Rhetorics of Citizenship, Contagion, and Resistance, by Jeffrey A. Bennett

A Gay Man's Guide to STD and HIV Testing in San Diego

UI professor studies how gay men resist blood-donation ban, 30 years after discovery of AIDS, July 5, 2011

Global Impact of STDs (Infographic) - The scientific evidence for HIV/AIDS

The Health Department issues new HIV campaign, February 8, 2011


"... Several studies have shown that people who are HIV positive do not always disclose their status to partners, which means that people need to be more proactive about getting tested together and sticking around to hear each others’ results. That’s right: Get each others’ permission to sit in the room together and hear each others’ results..."

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Know your sex partners. Get tested together for HIV and other STDs before you have sex.

Instant STD testing

The Health Department issues new HIV campaign, February 8, 2011

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