Scott Kramer LCSW R Author

Being Poz Is No Longer A Threat to Longevity

It’s great news that more people living with HIV are living longer lives! Those who are diagnosed soon after infection and can obtain and continue medication with a suppressed...

The Black AIDS Institute Is Looking for a Solution

We look at some of the ways an important organization is addressing the epidemic among the black community. The Black AIDS Institute takes its motto, “Our People, Our Problem,...

These Tips Can Help You Find the Right HIV Doctor

Help establish one of your most important relationships. Whether a person is newly diagnosed with HIV, is a long-term survivor, or is somewhere in between, having the right doctor...

Managing the Side Effects of HIV Meds

When starting or switching meds, it’s important to know when to wait and see, and when to sound the alarm. The medications used to treat HIV have evolved to be much less toxic....

A New Look at a Possible HIV Cure

By preventing HIV from bonding with T cells, a new drug could be both an HIV cure and an HIV vaccine. It’s always exciting when news of a potential cure or vaccine crosses the...

What Goes on at an AIDS Conference?

We often hear about the outcomes of AIDS conferences: Research results, promising treatment options, intriguing statistics, potential ways to work with people more effectively,...

The Normal Heart: A Group Watch

What happens when a group of people living with HIV gather to watch and discuss a film about the epidemic’s darkest, early days? In 2014, HBO released The Normal Heart, a film...