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Chelsea Gulden – QNotes

RAIN to expand PrEP services

Group receives $100,000 grant for new case management, referrals for HIV-negative clients

New access for HIV prevention medication and case management for HIV-negative clients will be among new services offered by RAIN.

From negative to positive

Transitioning after an HIV diagnosis

Of all the transitions confronted throughout a lifetime, testing positive for HIV/AIDS is one of the most earth-shaking. The Centers for Disease Control reports that in 2015, nearly 40,000 people in the U.S. had to face this news. Of these newly-diagnosed individuals, gay and bisexual men received 82 percent of positive results. This does not necessarily indicate that men who have sex with men constitute 82 percent of new infections; they may be disapportionate to the rate of infection because they are more likely to get tested.

Our People: Q&A with Chelsea Gulden

RAIN VP advocates for positive youth like she was

Overcoming hardship is a challenge that many of us have faced, but fewer, perhaps, have triumphed to the degree that Chelsea Gulden has. At age 21, just before her senior year in college, Gulden received the shocking news: she was pregnant and HIV-positive.