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Pathways toward an HIV Cure

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The Annual Tim Gill Community Forum “Pathways Toward an HIV Cure” … a conversation with Steve Deeks MD UCSF (University of California San Francisco) TUESDAY 14 NOVEMBER 2017 * DINNER & PRESENTATION 6:30 PM * (DOORS OPEN 6PM) * BLACKBIRD PUBLIC HOUSE * * ALAMEDA AVE & SOUTH DOWNING ST (305 S DOWNING ST) * ********************************************************************************************** RSVP required (restaurant space is limited) Due to limited space, we ask that only HIV+ individuals sign-up to attend. Please RSVP with your name and phone number by email to: Write “RSVP” in subject line. (if no email, leave a message at: 303-7777-208) …

The Role of Healthy Eating in your Overall Health

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We are all living longer, healthier lives.  But our lifestyle choices make a difference too.  These include what you eat; how much you exercise; use of alcohol and drugs & tobacco; safer sex practices (STD’s).   This presentation will focus just on healthy eating, with some good information on food label reading, various choices, etc.  Healthy eating really is part of managing our health. This presentation will be held Wednesday, April 12, 2017.  For more information on our monthly forums, please visit the Forums Page.

Highlights from CROI

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This month’s Community Educat10nal Forum is titled “Highlights from CROI – the major annual HIV Conference, with Dr. Steve Johnson, M.D. and Dr. Tom Campbell, M.D. The 24th CROI (Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections) is February 13-16 in Seattle…and every spring for the last 24 years, our local doctors from the University of Colorado have presented the highlights of this conference to the community.  Attended by 4200 doctors, clinicians, and researchers from all over the world, this conference is considered to be the “granddaddy” of all the HIV medical conferences held each year. HIV treatment is constantly evolving due …