Haiti: Maternal mortality

Haiti: Maternal mortality

And so maternal mortality in Haiti is really high, I mean it’s on par with Sub-Saharan Africa and countries that are in a really bad state. It’s really very very bad. And there are a lot of reasons why that’s so one is just the …

Stop Signs

Stop Signs

We didn’t talk about it. We didn’t ask, didn’t tell I didn’t get tested, we thought we knew each other well. I didn’t use protection. I had too much to drink. I didn’t think, I didn’t think, I didn’t think this could happened to me. …

Let’s Talk About It – Rural Women’s Health Project

Let’s Talk About It – Rural Women’s Health Project

It’s like being on a deserted island and unless you have this disease, you don’t know what it’s like. Let’s Talk About It came out of years and years of working around the issues of HIV in terms of prevention specifically in linkage to care. …

HIV over 50

HIV over 50

My retirement community is really a wonderful place to live. Are there really HIV positive residents living here? HIV is often diagnosed late in seniors, and the virus progresses rapidly so it can be transmitted to partners unknowingly. Did you know that nearly half the …

HIV / AIDS – Knowledge Is Power

HIV / AIDS – Knowledge Is Power

Hey! I’m Chelsea. Today, I’m in Gainesville Florida, and I want to talk about HIV and AIDS. People have a lot of different ideas about what’s going on with treatments, prevention and testing, so today I’m going to talk to some folks and set the …

Stop Signs – full performance

Stop Signs – full performance

We didn’t talk about it. We didn’t ask didn’t tell. I didn’t get tested, we thought we knew each other well. I didn’t use protection. I had too much to drink. I didn’t think, I didn’t think, I didn’t think this could happen to me. …

Stanley Boling: Duke University Hospital’s first HIV liver transplant recipient

Stanley Boling: Duke University Hospital’s first HIV liver transplant recipient

In 2017 Duke did the first liver transplant in the south east under the hOPE Act. The HOPE Act was national and federal legislation that allowed the use of an HIV zero positive donor into an HIV positive recipient. This had been pioneered in South …