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Print Edition 2016-11-18 – QNotes

Life, Positively 2016

World AIDS Day 2016 Special Section

qnotes is pleased to partner with Ballantyne Family Medicine, RAIN, Rosedale Medical, Different Roads Home, North Carolina AIDS Action Network and PowerHouse Project in presenting this special section, “Life, Positively”, in recognition of World AIDS Day.

Six from Charlotte make top 100 list

The award-winning online and print resource, POZ magazine — for people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, has published “The POZ 100 List” for this year. The list celebrates people who work within the HIV/AIDS community.

Is AIDS Still Sexy?

Looking at the issues surrounding the importance of continued progress

Since 1988, December 1st has been designated World AIDS Day as an opportunity for people all over the world to be a part of the fight against HIV, provide support to those who are living with HIV and to honor and remember the people who have died as a result.

24 effects of HIV on the body

Looking at how virus attacks the anatomical systems

The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) seeks and destroys CD4+ cells, a type of T lymphocyte (T cell). T cells are critical to the immune system. They’re responsible for warding off diseases and most infections, including viral infections.

‘Patient Zero’ found innocent

New study exonerates Gaetan Dugas, a martyred hero, who was blamed for triggering pandemic

A new study by scientists at the University of Arizona has made a significant find regarding the advent of the United States HIV/AIDS epidemic.

The American advent of HIV/AIDS

A timeline of the pandemic and its movement

Though 35 years have passed since the first notice of a new disease spreading amongst the American population, many still remain in ignorance about the history of HIV in the United States.