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Photo: Bradford McIntyre, recipient of the Pride Legacy Award for Sexuality: Sexual Health + HIV/AIDS Awareness.
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Vancouver Pride:
2013 Legacy Awards, Recipient Bradford McIntyre



Vancouver Pride: 2013 Legacy Awards, Recipient Bradford McIntyre

Bradford McIntyre, recipient of the Pride Legacy Award for Sexuality: Sexual Health + HIV/AIDS Awareness, reflects on his life
as an AIDS activist

The Pink Pride Legacy Award recognizes an individual
whose work has promoted Sexual Health + HIV/AIDS Awareness

Vancouver Pride Society honoured the leaders and visionaries of the LGTBQ community during thier first annual Legacy Awards. Meet Bradford McIntyre who's work and spirit has made a tremendous impact.

Airdate: Dec 16, 2013 - TELUS Optik™ Local





Logo: AIDS Vancouver The 30 30 Campaign - 3030.aidsvancouver.org
Photo: Video Interview, Bradford McIntyre: Living Positive Bradford's Story, The 30 30 Campaign.
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Living Positive
Bradford's Story



2009: The 30 30 Campaign

Living Positive

Bradford's
Story

Bradford McIntyre shares his story from breakdown to breakthrough, emerging as an HIV activist and positive voice for 20 years. A journey from the fear of stigmatization to standing onstage accepting the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for excellence in the field of HIV/AIDS, in Canada.

The 30 30 Campaign was created in 2013 to celebrate AIDS Vancouver’s 30th Anniversary. The 30 30 Campaign, chronicles through video interviews, the stories of both AIDS Vancouver and Vancouver’s HIV epidemic over the past 30 years. The campaign pieces together the dynamic history of HIV in Vancouver, told by and for those who where there.

The 30 30 Campaign Launched July 2013.




Photo: Bradford McIntyre talks with CTV Reporter, Leanne Cusack, on CTV Ottawa.
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AIDS Awareness
– Part 1 & Part 2



AIDS Awareness – Part 1 & Part 2

Surviving a death sentence:
Opening up about a 28 year battle with HIV

CTV Reporter, Leanne Cusack, sits down with Bradford McIntyre, who has been living with HIV since 1984, where he discusses what it was like to be given a death sentence and the importance of AIDS awareness.

November 27, 2012 - CTV Ottawa: AIDS Awareness - Part 1 & 2




Photo: Bradford McIntyre (on the right), is HIV-positive, but still found love. He stands with husband Deni Daviau and their marriage certificate in their Vancouver home. Photograph by: Arlen Redekop, PNG
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A life stained by stigma,
now rich in love

A life stained by stigma, now rich in love

An HIV-positive diagnosis left Bradford McIntyre ostracized and isolated; but because of St. Paul’s pioneering research and treatment, he can now lead an almost normal life

October 21, 2012 - At first blush, Bradford McIntyre and Deni Daviau appear to have an ordinary love story. The Vancouver couple met online, dated for a year, were married in church and have been happily married for 11 years. A run of the mill love story, except for one thing. McIntyre and Daviau are a mixed couple: McIntyre is HIV-positive; Daviau, HIV-negative.

"We are a serodiscordant couple, we are a lot of things, but the No. 1 thing is we are in love," an exuberant McIntyre said in their West End home.

Sunday, October 21, 2012 By Cheryl Chan, The Province




Photo: Bradford McIntyre discussing the film Parting Glances and sharing his own experience living with HIV
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Message from the We Care Red Ribbon Campaign's Bradford McIntyre - Spread the Love, Stop the Virus


Message from the We Care Red Ribbon Campaign's Bradford McIntyre - Spread the Love, Stop the Virus

AIDS Vancouver Board Member, Bradford McIntyre, a long term survivor living with HIV since 1984, discussed the film Parting Glances and shared his own experience living with HIV on November 12th, 2010 at Pacific Cinematheque as part of AIDS Vancouver's We Care Red Ribbon Month. Bradford has been working tirelessly to help increase AIDS awareness to help prevent the stigma and silence that often accompanies the virus. You can read more about Bradford on his website at http://www.positivelypositive.ca/

Parting Glances was made in the USA in 1986 by Director: Bill Sherwood Cast: Richard Ganoung, John Bolger, Steve Buscemi, Adam Nathan, Kathy Kinney




Photo: Bradford McIntyre, presents the We Care RED RIBBON Campaign Public Service Announcement, Stigma: The Silent Epidemic. Breaking the Silence
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Stigma: The Silent Epidemic. Breaking Down the Silence



Stigma: The Silent Epidemic. Breaking Down the Silence

AIDS Vancouver Director Bradford McIntyre, who has been living infected with HIV for 26 years, presents the We Care RED RIBBON Campaign Public Service Announcement, Stigma: The Silent Epidemic. Breaking the Silence

"It has been nearly thirty years since the first reported case of HIV and silence still plagues the HIV/AIDS movement. Within this shroud of silence, ignorance and fear have been able to flourish throughout the community. One of our best defenses in the fight against HIV/AIDS is education and communication. It is our hope that this new decade will allow for a more open discussion of the issues associated with HIV/AIDS by the entire community.This PSA - STIGMA: THE SILENT EPIDEMIC. BREAKING DOWN THE SILENCE, has used FREEFLOW, a local Vancouver band to help break the silence."
said Bradford McIntyre.

When: November 1st, 2010. 1 pm
Where: Vancouver City Hall




Photo: Bradford McIntyre, presents the We Care RED RIBBON Campaign Public Service Announcements: Stigma: The Silent Epidemic. Breaking Down the Silence and Safer Sex Practices.
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Stigma and Safer Sex Practices



Stigma and Safer Sex Practices - We Care RED RIBBON Campaign

Stigma and Safer Sex Practices PSA's - AIDS Vancouver presents We Care RED RIBBON Campaign: Spread the Love Stop the Virus to Vancouver City Council

AIDS Vancouver Director, Bradford McIntyre, living infected with HIV since 1984, presents the AIDS Vancouver We Care RED RIBBON Campaign Public Service Announcements: Stigma: The Silent Epidemic. Breaking Down the Silence and Safer Sex Practices.

November 2nd 2010. The We Care Red Ribbon Campaign: City Hall, 2pm, The We Care Red Ribbon Campaign is officially recognized by Vancouver City Council. Mayor Gregor Robertson proclaims November 2010 Red Ribbon Month.

When: November 2st, 2010. 2 pm
Where: Vancouver City Council, Vancouver City Hall




Photo: We Care RED RIBBON Campaign Launch at Vancouver City Hall.
We Care RED RIBBON Campaign Launch - Video


RED RIBBON Month -
We Care RED RIBBON Campaign Launch - Video

November 1, 2010 - AIDS Vancouver launched the We Care RED RIBBON Campaign at City Hall today with Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson proclaiming November 2010 Red Ribbon Month in the City of Vancouver.

Emcee: Brian Chittock, Executive Director, AIDS Vancouver.
Speakers: Mayor of Vancouver, Gregor Robertson.
Daniel Dex Chair, Board of Directors, AIDS Vancouver,
Bradford McIntyre Director, Board of Directors, AIDS Vancouver,
Tuan Luu, Director, Board of Directors, AIDS Vancouver.
When:November 1 st , 2010. 1:00 pm
Where: Vancouver City Hall , Media Room , 453 West 12th Avenue: Vancouver V5Y 1V4

We Care Red Ribbon Campaign Calendar

When: November 1st, 2010. 1 pm
Where: Vancouver City Hall




Photo: Bradford McIntyre performs a Reading of his article OUT ABOUT HIV, at Artists for Life.
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Out About HIV


OUT ABOUT HIV

Bradford McIntyre performed a Reading of his article,
'OUT ABOUT HIV', at the Artists for Life event held on September 12, 2010, at J Lounge. Vancouver, Canada.

"OUT ABOUT HIV, My name is Bradford McIntyre and I'm Positively Positive! I have been living, infected with HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) since 1984! I feel very fortunate to be sharing with you! There is more power in people knowing I am HIV positive, than there ever was in the fear and hiding. The answers are in letting go of fear!"
Bradford McIntyre

Artists for Life is a new project to raise HIV/AIDS awareness while fundraising for organizations and showcasing artists.




Banner: Positively Positive - www.PositivelyPositive.ca

Positively Posiitve Video Screen Shot
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Positively Positive



Logo: www.PositivelyPositive.ca
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Positively Positive

Designed to create Awareness around the many HIV and AIDS issues and promotes messages of positive liviing with HIV.

"A Celebration of LIfe"

"Everything you teach you are learning. Teach only love, and learn that love is yours and you are love."
- A Course in Miracles

"I would like to thank everyone who has contributed to my Wellness, and what is NOW my life!"
Bradford McIntyre

Dedicated to all those we love that have died of AIDS.

Love is the Way!






Photo: Bradford McIntyre dicusses facial wasting, on Insight Film Studios documentary series Vanity Insanity, on Global Television Network.
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Facial Wasting
- Bio-Alcamid Treatment

(2 min.)


Facial Wasting - Bio-Alcamid Treatment

Interviews with Dr Frank Beninger, Plastic Surgeon (Toronto) and Bradford McIntyre, living with HIV/AIDS (Vancouver) on
Insight Film Studios hit documentary series Vanity Insanity on Global Television Network.

Dr Frank Beninger performs Bio-Alcamid procedure on lipoatrophy patient James Wood (Toronto). Bradford McIntyre talks about facial wasting (lipoatrophy) and the Bio-Alcamid treatment he underwent in 2004 for HIV/AIDS related
facial wasting.

Broadcast Date: First Aired - February 7, 2007




Photo: Bradford McIntyre, HIV/AIDS Survivor on Global TV Canada program, Body + Health.
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SURVIVORS
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SURVIVORS

Bradford McIntyre - HIV/AIDS Survivor
- Living with HIV since 1984.

"Today AIDS kills millions of people around the world but medical science has learned how to keep the disease at bay and is getting closer to a cure. 20 years ago, however, an HIV diagnosis was like a death sentence!"
Collen Walsh, :Host/ Interviewer: Body and Health

"I don't need to show up for my fear. I need to Show Up for LIFE!" Bradford McIntyre

Body + Health - canada.com network Global TV-Canada Broadcast Date: First Aired - November 22, 2004
Visit here for program schedule details...




Photo: Vi Anderson - Opening Doors HIV/AIDS Conference Coordinator, Shawn Andress - Access AIDS Network, Conference Coorganizer, Bradford McIntyre - Keynote Speaker, Sylvie Daviau - ACCESS AIDS Network - Support Services Coordinator.
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Opening Doors HIV/AIDS Conference 2003
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Opening Doors HIV/AIDS Conference 2003

Building Commutniy & Breaking Down Barriers

Keynote Speaker and discussion Panelist on the topic of Disclosure: Bradford McIntyre, living with HIV/AIDS, coming to us from Vancouver. Bradford will be here to share his outlook on how to "live today as healthy and as fully as you can."

ACCESS AIDS Network
HIV/AIDS Conference
November 5, 6 & 7, 2003
Holiday Inn, 50 Brady Street
Sudbury, Ontario, Canada





Photo: Interviews with Al Wong of Xymega Therapeutics, Dr. Anita Tannis and Bradford McIntyre; living with HIV, on Out On TV
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Health Xymega
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Health Xymega

Interviews with Al Wong of Xymega Therapeutics,
Dr. Anita Tannis and Bradford McIntyre; living with HIV.

We learn about natural products for boosting
the immune system, especially in people with HIV.

"I think there's allot of similarities between people who have cancer and people who are HIV and in fact people who have any chronic disease. And one of the things that we actually think is that people with HIV and cancer are sort of on the leading edge of looking at integrating alternative and complementary therapies with conventional ones."
Dr. Anita Tannis

"We have all these resources, we should be combining them rather than saying the only way to treat HIV and AIDS is with pharmaceuticals."
Bradford McIntyre

Out On TV - Producer Daniel Leipnik
- Originally aired: July 19 2003





Photo: Bradford McIntyre, Opening Speaker, at the 20th Annual International AIDS Candlelight Vigil.
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20th International AIDS Candlelight Vigil
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OUT ABOUT HIV
(Bradford's Message)


20th International AIDS Candlelight Vigil

(May 25, 2003)

Bradford McIntyre, Opening Speaker, at the
20th Annual International AIDS Candlelight Vigil
at Alexandra Park, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

"There is more power in people knowing I am HIV positive,
than there ever was in the fear and hiding.
The answers are in letting go of fear!
"
Bradford McIntyre

Bradford begins speaking at approx. 8min40sec.
Video presentation includes
HIV/AIDS Interpreter / BSL for the deaf



Photo: Bradford Mcintyre, Guest Speaker, at Alternative Methods in Managing HIV/AIDS Seminar.
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Alternative Methods in Managing HIV/AIDS
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Alternative Methods in Managing HIV/AIDS

Guest Speaker- Bradford McIntyre,
an advocate for active health.

Xymega Therapeutics Seminar provided by Al Wong
March 05, 2003
West end Commuity Center,
Vancouver BC,Canada




Photo: Bradford McIntyre, Champions of Health - Living Well With HIV, interview on Outlook, Shaw TV documentary.
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Champions of Health
- Living Well With HIV

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Champions of Health

Two Part documentary:
Part 2 plays a few moments
after Part 1



Champions of Health - Living Well With HIV

Champions of Health Part 1 & Part 2
Bradford McIntyre, Long term survivor, living with HIV.
Includes interviews with reflexologist Sharon Gilchrist-Reed,
Naturopathic Physician Dr. Aaron Hoo and Dr. Robert Voigt, GP.

"17 years ago Brad McIntyre was diagnosed with HIV. He was told to make plans for his belongings, inform his family and arrange his funeral. His doctor told him he had six months to live. But Brad had no plans of dying and instead decided to investigate other options that could not only save his life but keep him healthy."
Daniel Leipnik - Producer - OutLook

"Predominantly, we treat people with HIV in terms of the side effects they experience from the medications they are taking."
Dr. Aaron Hoo, Naturopathic Physician

"Nutrition is definitely, really one of the corner stones. People with HIV tend to need 10% more calories and nutrition than people who are negative and I think that is an area people don't focus enough attention on."
Dr. Robert Voight

Shaw TV documentary. Producer - Daniel Leipnik
Originally aired Nov. 20 & 23, 2001.




Book Cover: Look Beyond: The Faces & Stories of People with HIV/AIDS
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Look Beyond: The Faces & Stories of People with HIV/AIDS
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Photographs of individuals living with HIV/AIDS in Look Beyond: The Faces & Stories of People with HIV/AIDS by Michelle Valberg


Look Beyond: The Faces & Stories of People with HIV/AIDS
(A Canadian Experience)

The Snowy Owl AIDS Foundation
presents:
Look Beyond: The Faces & Stories of People With HIV/AIDS
Photography by Michelle Valberg
Assistant Photographer/Videographer
Jackie Turpin

My purpose for LOOK BEYOND is to show through photography that AIDS is a concern to all Canadians. There are many faces of AIDS…that is what this book is all about.” Michelle Valberg

These powerful photographs reveal the harsh reality of this disease, those it touches and those who are living with it.

Look Beyond was inspired by and is dedicated
to Louis Turpin.





Photo: Bradford McIntyre at LOOK BEYOND: The Faces & Stories of People with HIV/AIDS, book launch coverage on CJOH TV - National News, Ottawa.
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LOOK BEYOND: The Faces & Stories of People with HIV/AIDS
- Book Launch Coverage

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LOOK BEYOND: The Faces & Stories of People with HIV/AIDS
- Book Launch Coverage

LOOK BEYOND: The Faces & Stories of People With HIV/AIDS,
by Michelle Valberg, was launched on November 28th 1996, at the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa, Canada. Janet Connors from Halifax and Bradford McIntyre from Vancouver, as well as those from Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal, who are featured in the book were in attendance.

"It's a moving tribute to people living with HIV and AIDS, a book designed to show their Celebration of Life in the face of death."
Max Keeping, News Anchor, CTV News

"If a picture says a thousand words, these photographs have incredible stories to tell, there the faces of Canadians
living with AIDS and HIV.
"
Rhonda McMichael, CJOH News

CJOH TV - National News - Ottawa
- Broadcast Date: Nov 28, 1996





Bradford McIntyre, Guest Speaker, World AIDS Day 1996, on Parliamnet Hill, Ottawa. Canada.
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World AIDS Day 1996
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World AIDS Day 1996

Parliament Hill,
Major Hills Park, Ottawa, Canada

Bradford McIntyre - Guest Speaker "We are all connected" and leading "Hands Across the Bridge" from the Ottawa, Ontario side of the Royal Alexandra Interprovincial bridge to the Hull, Quebec side. Participants on both sides walk hand-in-hand across the bridge and meet in the middle of the bridge where they form a human chain, linking the two shores of the Ottawa River in a gesture of solidarity and hope
for ALL victims of HIV and AIDS.

"I would like You to take a moment to look around. See each other. See we are all connected! Whether You are affected by, or infected with HIV, we must cross those boundaries of Fear and Discrimination. To join Our Hearts and Our Hands, in the realization we are ALL here to Love one another. I join with you that we create a shift in thinking around HIV/AIDS, and All disease! Love is the way!" Bradford McIntyre

CTV - National News - Ottawa
- Broadcast Date: Dec. 1, 1996





Bradford McIntyre, Guest on The Dini Petty Show for World AIDS DAY, Dec. 1, 1994.
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The Dini Petty Show


The Dini Petty Show

Bradford McIntyre, Guest on
The Dini Petty Show
for World AIDS DAY, Dec. 1, 1994
.

"It's World AIDS Day and later in the show we are going to share with you one man's very inspirational story, an incredible story, of a man who is facing this disease head on. A story of Courage and a story of Hope!" Dini Petty

"And every year you have this wonderful party, it's a celebration of life, and it takes place on the day Bradford was originally diagnosed. This past Monday was the biggest celebration ever and CJOH TV in Ottawa was there, so we can be there.
Let's take a look!
" Dini Petty

The Dini Petty Show was a Canadian daytime talk show, Hosted by Dini Petty,






Photo: For Bradford McIntyre, the HIV virus is NOT a death sentence. Life is a celebration!
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A Celebration Of Life


"A Celebration Of Life"

Bradford McIntyre
Cordially Invites You To Attend
"A Celebration of Life"
on November 28, 1994 at 7:30 PM
at the World Exchange Plaza
Ottawa, Canada.

Bradford McIntyre, living with HIV/AIDS, organized
"A Celebration Of Life", a party, celebrating the Anniversary of his being told on November 28th 1985 that he only had
six months to live.

"9 years ago today the doctors told me I had six months to live" Bradford McIntyre

"Brad McIntyre AIDS survivor is determined to enjoy life and celebrate this anniversary surrounded by friends. Everyone here knows that Brad was given a death sentence on this day almost a decade ago. November 28, 1985 Brad was told
AIDS would claim his life in six months
."
Erin McKelvie, CJOH TV - Ottawa News

The event was held at The World Exchange Plaza in downtown Ottawa, with musical guests performing positive and spiritual messages through their music. Money raised for Bruce House.







CD ROM: Canadian HIV/AIDS Resources 2006 Edition HIV/AIDS in Canada 2006 -
The Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA) CD: Canadian HIV/AIDS Resource 2006 Edition


Canadian HIV/AIDS Resources 2006 Edition

This CD-ROM of Canadian resources on HIV/AIDS was compiled by the Canadian HIV/AIDS Information Centre and was distributed at the Canada Booth during the
XVI International AIDS Conference
,
Toronto (Canada),
August 13-17, 2006.

Canadian HIV/AIDS Resources 2006 Edition
2 CD ROMs Includes
Video Presentation:
People living with HIV and AIDS from across the country providing a current view and a human FACE to HIV/AIDS in Canada in 2006.

The CD-ROM contains resources in both English and French, and they are divided into sixteen broad categories: -- Co-infection -- Community-based organizations -- Economic issues -- Educational programs and policies -- Edpidemiology and statistics -- Federal and provincial/territorial responses -- Harm reduction and injection drug use -- International involvement -- Legal issues and human rights -- Populations -- Prevention and educational materials -- Research -- Testing -- Transmission, vaccines and microbicides -- Treatment, therapies and care.

Production of this CD-ROM has been made possible through a financial contribution
from the Public Health Agency of Canada.






Video Poster: BREAKING THE SILENCE WITH LIPO-ACTION!
BREAKING THE SILENCE
WITH LIPO-ACTION !

Documentary on the Comité LIPO-ACTION ! (VIDEO: Lipo-Action! in English)
(Time: 7 minutes)

Poster: Lipo-Action


Video Poster: Brisons le silence avec LIPO-ACTION!
Brisons le silence
avec LIPO-ACTION!
Documentary on the Comité LIPO-ACTION ! (VIDÉO: Lipo-Action! in French)
(Temps : 7 minutes')



LIPODYSTROPHY
Breaking the silence with LIPO-ACTION!

LIPO-ACTION was founded on October 16, 2003 in Montreal at a public meeting called to find solutions to the impact of lipodystrophy and lipoatrophy on people living with HIV on Antiretrovirals.

LIPO-ACTION is a direct action group whose goals are to inform, sensitize and mobilize various sectors of society that are concerned by the devastating impact of lipodystrophy and lipoatrophy on women, men and children living with HIV. They chose to be jointly committed in a creative citizen action in order to obtain a true therapeutic assumption of responsibility of this alarming syndrome. Helped by their close relations, they decided together to break silence and to organize theatrical public interventions; using masks, costumes and signs.

INTERVENTION OBJECTIVES

  • To contribute actively to informing and sensitizing people living with HIV, community workers, healthcare professionals, researchers and the pharmaceutical companies about the disastrous impact of this syndrome for people living with HIV (witnessing, statistics, etc.)
  • To fight for antiretroviral treatments that are effective but less toxic and to demand more research and more pertinent information about the causes and the means to prevent and remedy lipodystrophy.
  • To promote the dissemination of honest and up-to-date information so that patients are equipped to make well-informed treatment choices with the help of their doctors.
  • To demand universal access to reparatory treatments for the effects of lipodystrophy and lipoatrophy covered by the public health system.
  • To obtain better psychosocial support from community groups and the health and social service network in order to live better with the consequences of lipodystrophy.
  • To encourage the participation of people living with HIV to partake in political action in order to break out of their isolation and to confront the issues related to lipodystrophy and lipoatrophy, in solidarity with their fellow citizens.

  • Le Comité LIPO-ACTION ! officially shut down as a commitee in 2007.


    Dr. Peter The Energy That Is Me
    CBC British Columbia's retrospective documentary, originally aired in 2000
    Video

    Dr. Peter Diaries: AIDS Then & Now
    Twenty years ago, Dr. Peter Jepson-Young helped change the way we look at HIV/AIDS by chronicling his battle with the illness through a weekly video diary on CBC Television.
    Video

    Rally to lift the US HIV travel ban
    Video

    The CBC Reports on Facial Lipoatrophy
    Video

    Stephen Lewis Final Speech: AIDS 2006 International AIDS Conference
    The ending of Stephen Lewis' final speech from the XVI International AIDS Conference
    in Toronto, August 2006
    Video

    Youth Performance from AIDS Vigil, Toronto
    This song concluded the candlelight AIDS vigil at the Internation AIDS Conference
    in Toronto, August 2006. Song from the musical rent, sung by the Etobicoke School for the Arts.
    Video

    Interview with Jon Kaiser on HIV/AIDS Integrative Treatment
    Jon Kaiser & his Integrative Approach to the treatment of HIV AIDS, short interview conducted
    at the 2006 Conference on Retrovirus'
    Video

    HIV / AIDS: Integrative / Complementary Approaches to Treatment
    George Carter (Foundation for Integrative AIDS Research) speaks with Jon Kaiser, MD about Integrative Complementary Approaches to HIV with a emphasis on nutritional/supplement support.
    Video

    First World AIDS Day
    Broadcast Date: Dec. 1, 1988
    AIDS is everyone's problem, and the message of the first World AIDS Day
    is "more information, less discrimination."

    First World AIDS Day - On this day - CBC Archives:
    VIDEO

    UNTIL THERE'S A CURE
    A short history of the AIDS epidemic
    VIDEO

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