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August 4, 2011

Are You Doin' It?
September 26-30, 2011

Regional HIV/AIDS Connection (RHAC) in partnership with London Intercommunity Health Centre’s Options Clinic and the Middlesex London Health Unit is holding Testing Awareness Week, September 26–30, 2011.

This public awareness campaign encourages people to learn about HIV and STI transmission, risk and testing.

Visit to learn more.

July 25, 2011

This brand new Website went live to the world July 25. We've worked hard to make the site reflective of the many people we serve and the services we have to offer. Take a look around and let us know how we are doing by contacting us.

July 25, 2011

Scotiabank AIDS Walk for Life - NEW DAY AND TIME! This year's Walk for Life is on Saturday, September 17 in the morning. Visit the London AIDS Walk for Life page for more details about how to join a team, pledge a walker or simply make a donation.

July 25, 2011

Annual General Meeting - Join us on Thursday, September 8 for our Annual General Meeting held at Civic Garden Complex at 625 Springbank Drive in London. Refreshments will be served at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m.

June 30, 2011

Not all sex has the same risk.

Your risk of picking up or passing on HIV depends on the kind of sex you have, your HIV status, your partners HIV status and condom use. is meant as tool to help gay guys calculate the relative risk of the sex they are having.

June 21, 2011

In a critical declaration on HIV/AIDS signed last week, UN member states made laudatory pledges toward a host of ambitious goals, most notably aiming to get 15 million people on antiretrovirals by 2015.

The declaration won enthusiastic approval from major AIDS organizations, as well as from mainstream media outlets like the New York Times.

What member states “forgot” to do in that document, however, is include access to medically appropriate housing as a key structural tool in preventing and treating HIV/AIDS.

The omission reflects continued failure by AIDS activists and governments to recognize the crucial role that safe housing will play in ending AIDS. It also demonstrates a flawed emphasis on individual approaches to stopping the virus, rather than a recognition that we need to address larger environmental issues—like homelessness and poverty—to end this crisis.


June 18, 2011

TORONTO - One in four new HIV infections in Ontario are among women, a new survey shows.

Even though there have been significant advances in HIV care, 25% of new HIV infections from 2006 to 2008 were in women, according to a health study by researchers from the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences and St. Michael's Hospital.

Marvelous Muchenje is one of the 4,700 women in Ontario living with HIV, most of whom contracted the disease through sexual contact.

"For women in some communities, it can be difficult to negotiate safe sex," said Muchenje, 38, who is originally from Zimbabwe.

Women who emigrated from a country plagued by HIV make up more than half of the new infections in Ontario. "HIV still has a stigma and some people don't disclose to their sexual partner," Muchenje said...