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The evolution of HIV has brought changes in health care and changed the organizations that provide that care.

New treatments have made “Life, Positively” an even larger reality today. But, there is still stigma and discrimination. In this year’s special World AIDS Day issue, we look at the evolution of CARE in the Carolinas, what its like to age with HIV and more.

Thank you to the sponsors who made this special coverage possible:

Launched in 2019, Dudley’s Place is the nonprofit partner to Rosedale Health and Wellness. Learn more at dudleysplace.org

Established in 2006 by Dr. Frederick A. Cruickshank, Rosedale Health and Wellness is proud to serve the HIV and LGBTQ community. Learn more at myrosedalehealth.com

Affinity Health Center is a federally qualified community health center with a primary location in Rock Hill, S.C. and additional sites in Clover and York. Learn more at affinityhealthcenter.org

Amity Medical Group is a 501(c)3 non-profit independent family medicine practice that proudly serves Charlotte and the surrounding communities with 4 locations. Learn more at amitymed.org

Quality Comprehensive Health Center is a multi-faceted, one-stop shop organization with locations in Concord and Charlotte’s West End. Learn more at qchealth.net

RAIN empowers persons living with HIV and those at risk to be healthy and stigma free. RAIN is one of the largest HIV non-profits in the Carolinas providing direct client services. Learn more at carolinarain.org

HIV and the evolution of Carolinas CARE Partnership 

HIV has been with us for a long time now. For those of us who lived through the beginning and are still here, we’ve watched as the disease has changed from a death sentence to something that is manageable throughout a lifetime […]

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 Aging with HIV

By L'Monique King

There’s no doubt that there’s much to be said about HIV. It’s been over 40 years since the devastating virus entered our lives. Yes, our lives.  HIV/AIDS has impacted all of us because, even if you aren’t living with HIV in your body, chances are you know someone who has, is or will. […]

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