Reposted from the Atlas Newsletter’s website
“HIV stigma has been prevalent since the virus’ outbreak in the 1980s. While decades of medical advances have changed the scientific reality of HIV, stigma remains widespread. So what does HIV stigma look like today compared to 30 years ago? Barb Cardell, Board Chair of the Positive Women’s Network and HIV advocate, sat down with BCAP to shed light on the evolution of HIV stigma. As a woman living with HIV, Barb shared her own experiences and how she believes people can change the reality of HIV stigma.
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