Wednesday 29 June, 2016 13.00 EDT
Recent advances in treatment mean people with HIV are not only living better, they’re living longer. Here’s how to deal with the new reality.
By Laurette Lévy
HIV infection rates among young people are on the rise; the need for support is growing, too. We ask the experts — positive youth — what’s needed.
By Colleen Patterson
What’s happening at AIDS Service Organizations across the country.
Five HIV-positive mentors talk about working as a peer counsellor.
Interviews by RonniLyn Pustil
Operating in a legal no-man’s-land, dedicated activists at compassion clubs across Canada are working to make medicinal marijuana available to any PHA who needs it.
Getting ready to start HIV treatment improves the chances of sticking to it. Doctors, researchers and PHAs talk about how to stay on track.
By David McLay
A physician, a pharmacist, a naturopath and a CATIE Treatment Information Educator on coping with stomach upset.
Aboriginal artist Wabishki Myeengun takes direction from the forefathers.