152011Jul
The Epidemic Of Silence

The Epidemic Of Silence

By Dr. Stanley T. Lewis, MD, MPH Chief Medical Officer St. Hope Foundation Not long ago I argued that the problem was not the epidemic of HIV, but the epidemic of silence. That is to say a lack of education and a lack of knowledge plagued our community. I still believe this is true to…

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42011Jul

SHF’s Tim’m West Releases New CD Fly Brotha’

St. Hope Foundation is happy to announce that Tim’m West has released a new CD project called Fly Brotha’. Fly Brotha’ features collaborations DDm, Kaoz, Smut Stud, TreZure, Alan Vickers, Quentin Adams, Billy Badd Azz, Osiris Johnson, Dirtybird, Dj SirRah, Swanny River, Soce, Smut Stud, and David E.F.P.. Fly Brotha’ is Tim’m West’s fourth studio…

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292011Jun

SHF Employee Of The Month: Tara Bates, LMSW

As a calming spirit with incredible talent and expertise, Tara is one of our dynamic trailblazers, on the medical team. She brings an uncompromising passion and commitment towards serving our client. As well, Tara is a wonderful presenter at our testing events on college campuses and within the community.

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172011Jun

Volunteer

Do you want to make a difference in a particular field you are passionate about? Do you want to gain new skills and provide support to a certain cause? Do you have talents that can be used to help others in your community? St. Hope Foundation participates in a number of activities each year and…

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82011Jun

HIV Functional Cure Found, Doctors Say

Via: ThirdAge.Com Doctors claim to have found a “functional cure” for HIV some 30 years after the Centers for Disease Control issued the first report on the emerging AIDS epidemic, according to the CBS Evening News. Timothy Ray Brown, a 45-year-old living in the Bay Area, tested positive for HIV in 1995. While living in…

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82011Jun

7 Benefits Of Exercise

Via: Cnn.Com Want to feel better, have more energy and perhaps even live longer? Look no further than old-fashioned exercise. The merits of regular physical activity — from preventing chronic health conditions to promoting weight loss and better sleep — are hard to ignore. And the benefits are yours for the taking, regardless of age,…

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82011Jun

Stanford’s Bid For HIV Test Patent Denied

Via: L.A. Times The Supreme Court ruled that inventors — and not the universities that employ them — have the first right to patent and profit from their discoveries, dealing a defeat to Stanford University and its bid for full patent rights for the diagnostic test used worldwide for detecting HIV. “Since 1790, the patent…

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