1. FIRE IN THE BLOOD // 26.10.2013 // Théâtre National-Brussels

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    Dylan Mohan Gray 2013 ● USA ● 87’ VO/OV st Fr/Nl Après 1996, les compagnies pharmaceutiques et les gouvernements occidentaux ont délibérément bloqué l’accès aux médicaments bon marché pour soigner les malades du sida et causer ainsi des millions de morts qui auraient pu être évitées. Un groupe d’activistes déterminés décide de riposter. Best Feature Documentary, DOXA, 2013 Nominated - Grand Jury Prize, Sundance, 2013 Justice Matters Award, 27th Washington DC Filmfest, 2013 Le film sera précédé de la clôture de la compétition internationale de documentaires et de la proclamation des lauréats 2013.

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    • The European Network of Young HIV Experts Paris 2012

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      In December 2012 85 experts from 19 countries gathered in Paris to discuss the key themes affecting HIV care in 2013.

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      • CROI 2013: Panel Discussion of Antiviral / Anti-retroviral Therapies

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        CROI 2013: Panel Discussion of Antiviral / Anti-retroviral Therapies Jeff Berry is Editor and Director of Publications at Positively Aware magazine.

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        • Sin Vergüenza (Without Shame) Episode 4

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          Episode 4 - The Sin Vergüenza (Without Shame) webseries encourages people to get tested as a routine part of their medical care and to seek HIV medical care should they test positive. This exciting webseries introduces you to dynamic family members who each represent a different age group, sexual orientation and marital status. You'll quickly learn that each person is at risk of getting HIV. The videos address difficult issues that families face, but also portray the unconditional love and support that carries this family through such a challenging time. Filled with drama, secrets and suspense, this telenovela web series is set in East Los Angeles and was created to showcase the impact HIV/AIDS has on a Latino family. To learn more about AltaMed Health Services, visit: www.AltaMed.org.

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          • SIDA y VIH deteccion y tratamiento

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            La vida despues del diagnostico de VIH. Tratamientos adecuados. Life post-diagnosis. HIV Treatment. How does it work?

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            • Treating HIV Immediately

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              At this year’s international AIDS conference, experts recommended new guidelines that start treating new HIV patients immediately, rather than waiting for indicators in their blood cell count to drop. It calls for using post-exposure therapies. Times have changed when it comes to living with HIV. “HIV is no longer a death sentence. Now we have very effective drugs, and if people take those drugs, they can almost lead a normal life,” says Dr. Marshall S. D’Souza, an HIV Specialist with Lee Memorial Health System. With better understanding comes better treatment. The latest advice is to start therapy as soon as possible, using post-exposure PEP. “The main thing is to start the treatment early, as soon as possible, within 36 to 72 hours. And the treatment is continued for four weeks, or 28 days,” says Dr. D’Souza. It’s not quite the HIV morning after pill, but delivering high-dose antiretroviral drugs immediately may help cut off the spread of disease. This cocktail of drugs typically reduces the viral load in HIV positive patients. “It is the same drugs that we use to treat people with HIV. Either the two drugs -nucleoside reverse-transcriptase inhibitors and the protease inhibitors,” says Dr. D’Souza. Previously, post-exposure treatment was used on people who were exposed to HIV in the workplace. “We have got a large body of information on post-exposure prophylaxis for healthcare workers who accidentally get stuck by a needle,” says Dr. D’Souza. For high-risk exposure or early HIV diagnosis, proper treatment can’t come soon enough. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we've been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org

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              • 2012 GSK IMPACT Awards: The Metro Centre

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                Organisations that were shortlisted for a GSK IMPACT Award between 2000 and 2009 were also given the opportunity to apply to the 2012 IMPACT Champions. The Metro Centre was one of three organisations to be awarded a gold champions award. Providing services and support to those experiencing health issues relating to sexuality, identity, gender and diversity, The Metro Centre originally won a GSK IMPACT Award in 2007. Since then it has grown significantly, establishing 59 new projects accessed by 25,000 people and offering a safe space with no judgement for its clients.

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                • The START Study

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                  When is the best time to start HIV medicines? The START Study is looking for answers. Can you help?

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                  • Neville Hodgkinson's Extended House of Numbers Interview

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                    Journalist, Neville Hodgkinson's Extended House of Numbers Interview with Director Brent Leung. To learn more visit: http://tiny.cc/yftxl

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                    • ARE YOU WITH ME?

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                      The film gives an insight into the HIV & AIDS scenario in the state of Manipur in northeast India. It travels back into time into the beginnings of injecting drug use and the subsequent spread of the HIV virus. Following into present times, when awareness is much higher but the task to combat drug use, HIV & AIDS and the status of widows is formidable. In this context, the film puts a pioneering organization, the Manipur Network of Positive People, and its efforts in the community across the entire state into focus. The film is centred around people who tell the story of this difficult world in their own words.

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