25th Anniversary of HIV Treatment

“With this edited oral history series, we’re attempting to capture the full spectrum of 1996 for people with HIV/AIDS and their allies. Not just the shock and exhilaration of renewed health and a second shot at life, but the bitterness of not having the new meds work for you, the hell of their side effects, the disorientation and even depression felt by many upon realizing that they now had to prepare to live after preparing so long for death. Not to mention the tremendous questions of access and equity, both in the U.S. and globally, raised by the new era in treatment.” Read full story here.

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