The Changing Picture Of HIV/AIDS

I have been treating an increasing number of patients infected with HIV. Therefore a few words regarding the scope of the problem is in order. You may have heard the numbers; world wide about 35 million are infected and 68% or over 22 million of the cases and deaths are to be found in so-called sub-Saharan Africa. 398 kata lagi

Aging Of The HIV Population


“Giardia”, he laughs, like it’s a proverb discovered. A simple word, description, hell even an action word that should be not only defined but lived. “You had it”, I say, knowing the answer already, knowing the full story to come, the psalm of life, that music, coming from a man about to die. 392 kata lagi


The Runner

The Homeless

We were living in the streets, me and my family. I don’t know what made me so happy about it but I was. There were jeepneys passing by and there were a lot of woods. 1.174 kata lagi


32. & 31. dynamic duo, standing in the gap

(#32 and #31 in a series of people who changed the course of my life)

All too often in life, people see a problem and choose to complain about it but never really do anything. 611 kata lagi


UNAIDS calls on trade negotiators to uphold governments’ commitments to public health and access to medicines

Repost from UNAIDS

GENEVA, 28 July 2015—As the world celebrates the achievement of reaching 15 million people with HIV treatment and commits to ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030, UNAIDS reminds countries of the urgent need to ensure that new trade agreements under negotiation do not impede access to medicines. 364 kata lagi


Half-Year Check-in: Revisiting Your 2015 New Year’s Resolutions

By BLC guest blogger, Rob Quinn

We just passed the halfway mark in the year and now is an ideal time to revisit your New Year’s resolutions, to get back on track if necessary. 492 kata lagi



“Funny you’re the broken one but I’m the only one who needed saving.”