“The beginning of the end of the AIDS epidemic” is a phrase that resonated throughout the International AIDS Conference in Washington, D.C., this summer, and for good reason. Promising signs that prevention is within our reach are fueling global optimism.
While there have been a number of medical breakthroughs recently, and there also is very exciting news about medically based prevention strategies, does it really mean an end to AIDS? Read More
Mike Smith is the executive director of the AIDS Emergency Fund, a San Francisco-based organization that helps fund living expenses for people who have HIV or AIDS. On Sept. 14, Macy’s annual Glamorama fashion show — formerly Macy’s Passport — will benefit the organization.
What got you interested in helping out people diagnosed with HIV and AIDS? Read More
Ed Decker, the founding artistic and executive director of the New Conservatory Theater Center, is one of four LGBT Pride Month honorees. He will be honored alongside Selisse Berry of Out and Equal Workplace Advocates, Max Philp of the Gay Straight Alliance Network, and Mike Smith of AIDS Emergency Fund/Breast Cancer Emergency Fund on June 2 at the KQED-TV studios. Read More