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The topic this Wednesday July 8, 2015 is “What does a cure mean to you”.  Researchers conducted a study in the United Kingdom.

Ninety-five percent of the respondents said they would participate in a cure study. Over 90 percent said that it was very desirable or extremely desirable that the development of a cure would mean ridding the body of the virus.

More than 95 percent of the respondents were very interested in a functional cure that meant there would be no risk of HIV-related health problems; over 90 percent were very interested if such a cure meant that there was no risk of transmitting the virus, even off treatment; and nearly 90 percent were very interested if a functional cure meant they did not have to take antiretrovirals (ARVs).

Over 60 percent of the respondents were interested in a cure if it meant they did not have to tell people they had HIV anymore, and 80 percent were interested if it meant they no longer had to go to doctor’s visits for regular monitoring.

More than half of the respondents were willing to participate in such research even if they risked their CD4 cells dropping below 200, their viral load being detectable for longer than six months, or experiencing severe side effects. Nearly two-thirds expressed willingness to interrupt their ARV treatment for such a study.

To read the full article CLICK HERE

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FRIDAY NIGHT MOVIE  – JULY 3, 2015

MAGIC MIKE XXL (Extra Large)

SHOWING AT: Gateway Theatre ,  (off US 1 and Sunrise)

STARTS AT: 7: PM  –  Meet inside lobby before the movie.

This movie was selected by several group members at the Wed meeting. Please contact John at Goldleaf69@aol.com with any movie suggestions.

  1. It’s been three years since Mike Lane’s (Channing Tatum) retirement from stripping, but the former dancer misses the excitement and feeling of being on stage. Most of all, though, he misses the best friends that he ever had, the crew known as the Kings of Tampa. Opportunity comes knocking when the g… More
  2. Release date: July 1, 2015 (USA)
  3. Critic reviews
    An encore whose putative selling point is getting to know the fellas who shook their stuff in the next-to-buff.
     
    Peter Debruge·Variety
    Significantly, the most entertaining moments of the film come when the men shut their pretty mouths and dance.
     
    Katie Rife·A.V. Club
    Here is a coherent and rigorous theory of pleasure that is also an absolute blast.
     
    A. O. Scott·New York Times
    The dance routines are so hilariously spectacular — and the film is such good-naturedly inclusive fun — that you may not miss the absence of anything resembling dramatic conflict.
    Lou Lumenick·New York Post

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The topic this Wednesday July 1, 2015 is the Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage.   How does it affect you?  How does it affect HIV/AIDS?     What’s next?

The topic this Wednesday July 1, 2015 is the Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage.   How does it affect you?  How does it affect HIV/AIDS?     What’s next?

In historical development, the Supreme Court ruled same-sex couples have the constitutional right to marry, but two states – Mississippi and Louisiana – are holding off.  To read full article CLICK HERE

BUT

Amber Hamilton and Annice Smith were the first same-sex couple to wed in Mississippi, and nearly the last, at least for a while.

About an hour after the pair filled out the requisite paperwork, handed over $21 for a marriage license and sealed their nuptials with a happy kiss Friday morning on the steps of the county courthouse in Hattiesburg, another lesbian couple, Shelly Cranford and Shannon Smith, received a far different reception.

Their mistake? Arriving just after Mississippi’s attorney general, Jim Hood, declared that the U.S. Supreme Court ruling declaring same-sex marriage a constitutional right would not be observed in the Magnolia State

To read full article CLICK HERE

Therefore Louisiana is the ONLY state to have not issued a same sex marriage license.

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The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 on Friday that it is legal for all Americans, no matter their gender or sexual orientation, to marry the people they love.

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