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Poziam is blogtalk radio. It is a live broadcast on the internet. You log onto http://www.blogtalkradio.com/poziam or community.poziam.com (There you have to sign up as a member, no fee, and then link to the poziam radio broadcast. that way you get to see the other 1200 people who use this website. )

This Sunday 10-03-2010, @ 9 PM at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/poziam Nate is doing an internet radio show for Poziam, and online community of hiv + men and women. Robert Breining has created a wonderful, safe, well informed community on a new interactive platform with online discussion groups, blogs, articles and of course Poziam Radio.

Nate is going to be talking about the cruise and what it means to the men who have come on the trip. There is a call in number, (347) 215-9442 and he’d appreciate it if one or more of you called in with your thoughts on past cruises. What he’d really like to hear and focus on is not so much the ports ..but the interactions. If you are new to the cruises, it would be great if we could hear about expectations. YOU DONT HAVE TO GIVE YOUR NAME TO THE HOST OR Nate. If he recognizes your voice he will be discreet.

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The numbers for the ADAP (AIDS Drug Assistance Program) Waiting List for Broward County was sent out on 09-13-2010.

292 patients were on the the ADAP Waiting List in Broward County as of 09-10-2010.

281 patients were on the the ADAP Waiting List in Broward County as of 09-03-2010.

This is up 21 patients from August 27, 2010 when 271 patients were on the Waiting List.

For information on how to contact the Broward County Health Department, go to HIV Resources in this Web Site.

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POZ Magazine and poz.com are the nation’s leading publication and website about HIV/AIDS. Offering unparalleled editorial excellence, POZ and poz.com are identified by our readers as their most trusted sources of information about the disease.

Serving the community of people living with and those affected by HIV/AIDS since 1994, POZ chronicles the AIDS pandemic domestically—and around the world.

Offering daily news, treatment updates, personal profiles, investigative features, videos, blogs and an extensive online social network that includes POZ Personals (85,000 members and counting); community forums (that are moderated and active 24/7); and a private, peer-to-peer mentoring program, POZ addresses the wide spectrum of needs of people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS.

From the newly diagnosed to long term survivors, from very young people to people aging with the virus, from people in the highest tax bracket to those on disability, POZ provides a platform for the HIV community to speak to one another, and the world at large.

Together POZ and poz.com reach more than 70 percent of all people living in the United States who are aware that they are HIV positive. The magazine and website are also read by people who wish to know more about the disease, people who are considering getting tested for the disease, people who wish to prevent themselves from getting HIV and the staff and management of AIDS service organizations and HIV testing sites, and doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers.

More than 150,000 copies of POZ are distributed at thousands of doctors’ offices and AIDS service organizations nationwide. The magazine is also distributed at the world’s most important and well-attended conferences focusing on HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and community issues.

The information on this website does not replace the advice of a health care professional.

Go to:
http://www.poz.com/

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The Pet Project:
It is the misssion of the Pet Project to help people living with HIV/AIDS or other disabling conditions to keep their pets by providing pet care and ongoing support.

Here’s a link to their website:

http://www.petprojectforpets.org/breaking%20news.php

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Anthony from BOLT has created a calendar of the HIV social events and HIV support groups here in South Florida. This is an excellent and easy resource to find out what’s going on when you want something to do with people that support you. Here’s the link.

Have a look:

http://www.localendar.com/public/The_Calendar

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BOLT (Bringing Our Lives Together)

Join Us @ FUSION
2304 NE 7th Avenue Wilton Manors, Florida 33305
(954) 630-1655
On Friday September 24th @ 6:00PM

For an Evening of Fantastic Conversation in a Safe, Fun, Friendly, Drug/Alcohol Free Environment!

* Some Refreshments provided (Feel free to bring a dish if you wish!)

BOLT: Bringing Our Lives Together (through social interaction) is an open HIV centric but not exclusive social group. It is intended to help us build support systems through interaction with others in the community. All people, whether positive or not are welcome. Disclosure of status is not necessary.

Get more information at:
http://bolt-ftlauderdale.ning.com

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The San Francisco AIDS Foundation has a WEB site: www.sfaf.org/beta for Bulletin of Experimental Treatments for AIDS .

BETA, the Bulletin of Experimental Treatments for AIDS, covers new developments in HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, and research. BETA includes in-depth articles on HIV prevention technologies and approaches, as well as HIV treatment and strategies for living well with HIV. It is published biannually in English and Spanish by the San Francisco AIDS Foundation.

Contributing writers to BETA include well-known HIV/AIDS researchers, clinicians, and community advocates. Each issue of BETA includes News Briefs, Drug Watch, a Women and HIV department, feature articles on a range of topics, and a list of open clinical trials.

Look through the current issue or browse the BETA Archive.

For more information or to receive a free subscription, call 415-487-8060 or email: beta@sfaf.org.

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Tune into WHIV at Http://RedHispanaFL.org
for News, Interviews, Events, and POSITIVE Music Programs with DJ Jimmy P

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At the Gay Men’s Health Summit, we met Mark King, the blogger of My Fabulous Disease. Very interesting and humorous guy. Check out his blog about living fabulously with HIV. His site includes a wealth of delightful humor as well as resources on HIV/AIDS news & events, and addiction recovery.

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