Folks who went to Coping With Hope 2015 got a chance to hear Keiko present…

 

Let me be clear: I support my clients and my friends who can achieve viral load undetectability, and I cheer for them when they stay that way. But I also worry that when we cheer so loudly for such a narrow goal, we forget to relentlessly name the complexity and intersectionality of context.

Not everyone can get to undetectable. And not everyone who does stays there. My fear concerns who gets left out of the conversation about the possibilities and meanings of survival when undetectable signifies success.

Another vital piece went up today — this time on our site for the HIV workforce, TheBodyPRO.com — thanks to Keiko Lane!

‘Not everyone can get to undetectable. And not everyone who does stays there. My fear concerns who gets left out of the conversation about the …
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