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Women living with HIV who acquired the virus early in life may have health challenges similar to older adults – as well as their own unique concerns.
There are still many adults living with HIV today who acquired the virus early in life. Learn more about the challenges and strengths of female lifetime survivors of HIV.
People who have lived with HIV for decades are known as HIV long-term survivors. Learn about the unique experiences of those who lived through the epidemic's most brutal, unjust years.
At the US Conference on HIV/AIDS, a group of lifetime survivors of HIV took the stage to demand attention for their needs. Grissel Granados, The Well Project's deputy director, wrote about the moment's importance for TheBody.com.
In this profound journey through the shadows, I've witnessed the evolution of our complex relationship with HIV and our quest for healing – my mother's and mine.
The Well Project is thrilled to co-sponsor this series of webinars discussing needs and concerns specific to people who have lived with HIV for many years around the research towards a cure for HIV.
Last year at USCHA I stood in a room and said We are not long-term survivors, but we are LIFETIME SURVIVORS .
USCHA 2022 convened in San Juan, Puerto Rico, October 8 – 11, 2022. Members of The Well Project's community wrote recap articles sharing their unique perspectives on conference sessions and events of interest to our communities.
Hearts and Minds of The Well Project is a storytelling project that shines a spotlight on some of the extraordinary individuals who have been instrumental over the past 20 years in making The Well Project the organization it is today.
The Well Project founder Dawn Averitt, who was diagnosed with HIV in 1988, discusses her experiences aging with HIV, the importance of self-care, the need for research in women who are aging with HIV, and much more.
Throughout their lives, women may experience multiple forms of oppression and discrimination based on gender, race, sexual identity, socioeconomic status, or other factors. The oppression and discrimination are often reinforced through language. Adding an HIV diagnosis can magnify this oppression...
Listen to three women living with HIV as they cover topics including the dramatic impact of HIV treatment, important social issues that don't always get enough attention in the conversation around HIV/AIDS, and what aging truly means to them.
The premiere episode of A Girl Like Me LIVE featured an important conversation among four women long-term HIV survivors in honor of HIV Long-Term Survivors' Day and the 40th anniversary of HIV – both on June 5, 2021.
Surviving HIV Over the Long Term: The Past, Present, and the Future (Part 2 of 2) is the 5th webinar in the 2016 WATCH! series.
Surviving HIV Over the Long Term: The Past, Present, and the Future (Part 1 of 2) is the 4th webinar in the 2016 WATCH! series.