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Poz Link is San Diego’s newest anonymous online community for people living with HIV and those who care about them. Take a moment to explore our online resources and blog where we provide information relevant to you. You can also visit our chatroom for educational and emotional support from your peers or view our upcoming events to get involved and build lasting relationships with other positive individuals. Become a member of this unified group on this journey to live well, and live pozitively.

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On February 25, 2017 from 8:30am – Noon, Diamond Neighborhoods Family Health Center will be offering FREE dental sealants and fluoride varnish to children 1-18 years old. During this special one-day event, participants will benefit from: FREE dental sealants and fluoride varnish for children Ki…
25.02.2017 08:30
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Within the next few years, several pipeline hepatitis C drugs are expected to be approved in the U.S., ensuring that even the most difficult-to-treat patients can be cured -- but what challenges remain? Read the full story on TheBody.com: http://bit.ly/2j
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According to VeryWell.com, the Hepatitis C virus is one of the smallest virus cells known to man. But after four years, an Inserm team was able to observe it under a microscope. “Research shows the Hep C virus is 30 to 60 nanometers in diameter, which usu
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Since Direct Acting Antivirals (DAAs) were first approved for Hepatitis C treatment in 2013, over one million people in low- and middle-income countries have been treated. The medicines have been extremely successful with a cure rate of over 95% and fewer
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On February 25, 2017 from 8:30am – Noon, Diamond Neighborhoods Family Health Center will be offering FREE dental sealants and fluoride varnish to children 1-18 years old. During this special one-day …
25.02.2017 08:30
Family Health Centers of San Diego , San Diego, United States
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Within the next few years, several pipeline hepatitis C drugs are expected to be approved in the U.S., ensuring that even the most difficult-to-treat patients can be cured -- but what challenges remain? Read the full story on TheBody.com: http://bit.ly/2jFyKWk 
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According to VeryWell.com, the Hepatitis C virus is one of the smallest virus cells known to man. But after four years, an Inserm team was able to observe it under a microscope. “Research shows the Hep C virus is 30 to 60 nanometers in diameter, which usually means it cannot be seen under a light b…
16.12.2016
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Since Direct Acting Antivirals (DAAs) were first approved for Hepatitis C treatment in 2013, over one million people in low- and middle-income countries have been treated. The medicines have been extremely successful with a cure rate of over 95% and fewer side effects than previously tested therapi…
07.12.2016
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As we approach the observance of National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NGMHAAD) on September 27, it seems timely – indeed, imperative – to encourage all gay men, as well as those who work with, provide services to, and/or love them to take stock of the current toll of HIV/AIDS among gay men and…
27.09.2016
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Why is Josh Middleton part of the HIV Undetectable = Uninfectious Campaign?  Read his story here and follow the link below to hear his full story of being diagnosed as HIV positive and becoming an HIV advocate:  "When I was diagnosed with HIV at only 22 years of age, I was at a crossroads in my li…
17.08.2016
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Stopping the spread of HIV is not only the job of people with HIV or those who are HIV negative. And it may be easier than you think, thanks to medication that can both treat and prevent HIV: People with HIV can completely stop the spread of the virus just by adhering to their HIV medications, in…
04.08.2016
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Poz Link, a San Diego online community for people with HIV BY PAUL ALLEY San Diego has a new anonymous online community resource in Poz Link (www.pozlinksd.com)for people living with HIV that provides valuable support and information that can be accessed from phone, tablet or computer. Poz Link i…
22.07.2016
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Poz Link is San Diego’s newest site for the HIV-positive community by Liana Navo Resources abound on new website Poz Link When an individual finds out he or she is HIV+, it can be a devastating blow. Undoubtedly, there will be many questions about where to find more inform…
22.07.2016
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What is Hep C?Hep C is an infectious disease that causes inflammation of the liver. Persons can contract the disease through contact with blood from an infected person and is most commonly spread through the sharing of needles and drug paraphernalia or non-sterile tattoo and body piercing instrument…
09.06.2016
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The 2016 LGBT Film Festival is almost upon us and we're offering FREE tickets for the Short Films. If you're interested, visit our Events page and Join the event to receive tickets.  This year's line up for 'Best of LGBT Shorts': The TormentorsWedlockedBack AgainThe Future PerfectGirl Night Stan…
11.05.2016
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1. According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), 1.2 million people in the United States are living with HIV. There are about 50,000 new infections every year. 2. Anyone can get HIV, but Men Who Have Sex With Men (especially those aged 13–24) and African-Americans are a…
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On February 25, 2017 from 8:30am – Noon, Diamond Neighborhoods Family Health Center will be offering FREE dental sealants and fluoride varnish to children 1-18 years old. During this special one-day event, participants will benefit from: FREE dental sealants and fluoride varnish for children Ki…
25.02.2017 08:30
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Join the Heart Health Movement!  On February 14, 2017, select FHCSD clinics will be offering FREE blood pressure screenings as part of a collaboration with Live Well San Diego’s countywide initiative. During this special one-day event, participants will benefit from: FREE blood pressure screenin…
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Within the next few years, several pipeline hepatitis C drugs are expected to be approved in the U.S., ensuring that even the most difficult-to-treat patients can be cured -- but what challenges remain? Read the full story on TheBody.com: http://bit.ly/2j
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According to VeryWell.com, the Hepatitis C virus is one of the smallest virus cells known to man. But after four years, an Inserm team was able to observe it under a microscope. “Research shows the Hep C virus is 30 to 60 nanometers in diameter, which usu
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