This Month in HIV
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"This Month in HIV" is a monthly podcast series from TheBody.com that reports on critical news in HIV. Each month, we interview prominent individuals in the HIV community about the issues that matter most in HIV treatment, prevention and activism.
||A Closer Look at Egrifta, a Newly Approved Treatment for HIV-Associated Belly Fat Gain (Lipohypertrophy)||An Interview With Daniel Berger, M.D.||11/11/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||Bone Disease & HIV/AIDS||An Interview With Todd Brown, M.D., Ph.D., and Ben Young, M.D., Ph.D.||1/11/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||The First Man to Be Cured of AIDS: An Update on the Amazing Story||An Interview With Jeffrey Laurence, M.D.||9/21/09||Free||View In iTunes|
||The Truth About HIV/AIDS Denialism||An Interview With Clinical Psychologist Seth Kalichman, Ph.D.||6/10/09||Free||View In iTunes|
||2009 Update on Body Shape Changes and HIV/AIDS||A Conversation With Dr. Donald Kotler and Patient Activist Nelson Vergel||4/1/09||Free||View In iTunes|
||Top 10 HIV Stories of the Past Year||An Interview With David Wohl, M.D.||5/6/08||Free||View In iTunes|
||Tips and Tricks for Coping With HIV/AIDS||A Psychologist and Three HIV-Positive People Share Their Wisdom||12/21/07||Free||View In iTunes|
||Sex, Privacy and the Law When You're HIV Positive||An interview with Catherine Hanssens, Esq., Executive Director of the Center for HIV Law and Policy.||11/1/07||Free||View In iTunes|
||Update on Hepatitis C/HIV Coinfection||An interview with a hepatitis C advocate and two HIV-positive people.||9/30/07||Free||View In iTunes|
||Crystal Methamphetamine and HIV/AIDS||A harm-reduction expert, a crystal methamphetamine use counselor and a recovering meth addict talk about the intersection of crystal meth and HIV.||8/31/07||Free||View In iTunes|
||Having a Baby When You're HIV Positive||An interview with fertility doctor Ann Kiessling, Ph.D., and two women in mixed-status relationships who explain how they successfully had a child.||7/31/07||Free||View In iTunes|
||Sex and Dating When You're HIV Positive||An HIV prevention expert and three HIV-positive people talk about dating, sex and disclosure||6/22/07||Free||View In iTunes|
||State-of-the-Art: Women and HIV/AIDS||What do you need to know in order to live a long and healthy life if you're a woman living with HIV?||5/23/07||Free||View In iTunes|
||State-of-the-Art: HIV/AIDS Medications for the Treatment Experienced||Two experts break down the basics of so-called "rescue" or "salvage" therapy for people with HIV: HIV physician/researcher Eric Daar, M.D., and Jeff Berry, director of publications for Test Positive Aware Network||4/20/07||Free||View In iTunes|
||Breaking HIV/AIDS Research From CROI 2007||Joel Gallant, M.D., and HIV activist Nelson Vergel review the most important developments from a major HIV medical conference.||3/21/07||Free||View In iTunes|
||Stopping HIV/AIDS in the Black Community||An interview with Phill Wilson, founder and director of Black AIDS Institute and 26-year survivor of HIV||2/24/07||Free||View In iTunes|
||Top HIV/AIDS Medical Stories of 2006||An interview with HIV researcher and clinician David Wohl, M.D.||1/31/07||Free||View In iTunes|
I've been recently diagnosed with HIV and when you have something like this you just want to flood yourself with information. This podcast has given me that and much more. Thanks!
Where is the new updates, articles, ect.?
The Body usually has good information but, when it comes to pod casts that is a different story. For instance the title: This Month in HIV, suggests that every month there is something coming out but, this has yet to be seen as this podcast has not been updated since January 2010 and it is July 2010 that I am writing this review. Some information is worse then no information and history has proven this time and again. I know for fact that there are other problems, medicines and treatments for mental, physical, emotional and spiritual that should be presented. I would suggest going to POZ Magazine or Test Positive Aware Network for information as they put out some great topics, all can be downloaded in magazine form via PDF.
Final statement: If you don't have the time, will or patience to do something like this then don't do it. There is already enough outdated bad information out there, please don't add to it.