The Positive Side

Fall/Winter 2006 

Editors’ Letter

Front and Centre

AIDS 2006 finally put positive women's issues at the forefront. Shari Margolese looks at what was accomplished… and what wasn't.

Chatty CATIE: Live and Learn

Seven attendees of CATIE's AIDS 2006 Learning Institute, reflect on the lasting effects.

Interviews by RonniLyn Pustil

Through a Long Lens

Since 1989, photographer Jake Peters has attended every International AIDS Conference but one. He presents his impressions and photos of the most recent.

From the Front Lines: What’s happening at AIDS Service Organizations across the country

What's happening at AIDS Service Organizations across the country.

Accessible to All

With the recent rollout of access to HAART around the world, more and more attention is being paid to treatment literacy. Ann Silversides offers a global survey.

When HIV Comes Knocking

Understanding the viral cycle and how new drugs can break it.

Hope and Anger

From the perspective of the world's Indigenous peoples, AIDS 2006 was both a terrible disappointment and a great success. By Charlene Catchpole and Michael Bailey.

The Art of Being Positive

CATIE was the proud creator of "art posi+ive," a national series of exhibits of art by people living with HIV/AIDS.

By RonniLyn Pustil

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