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A former inmate at Ontario’s new superjail has launched a human rights complaint against the province, alleging he was held in solitary confinement for more than 90 days last year after other inmates protested about his HIV-positive status.
Most of the decline is due to a 57% drop in new diagnoses amongst women.
Our strength as a community comes from celebrating our similarities, not the definitions that keep us apart. When it comes to HIV, those labels are beginning to fade. And that is something to be grateful for.
Grant will help University of Toronto law researchers probe how Ottawa’s policy changes affect asylum seekers with HIV or at risk of it due to violence and discrimination.
Under new leadership, city is turning away from fear-based campaigns toward more nuanced messaging.
Based on a comprehensive review of the existing data, it is proposed that regular physical exercise should be further studied as a potential approach for treating HIV residual disease and non-AIDS-defining illnesses.
It took political will to write the first chapter of medicare. Now momentum is building across the country for the next chapter: national pharmacare.
A workshop series for gay and bisexual men recently diagnosed with HIV - Tuesdays, Feb. 3 to Feb. 24, 2015