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How this HIV activist prioritizes wellness in his day-to-day

Paris Mullen shares why it's so important to make self-care a daily habit

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From stigma to strength: HIV activists from Lebanon and Russia share their personal stories

Elie Ballan and Elena Ivanova discuss learning about their HIV status, how they overcame stigma and fear, and their work to inspire others living with HIV

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It’s about more than science to these lifelong HIV researchers

Our scientists discuss why people are the center of our work in HIV

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Dr. Fauci on the HIV/AIDS epidemic: Ending it by 2030 is "doable"

Dr. Anthony Fauci sits down with Merck’s Dr. Julie Gerberding to reflect on early HIV innovations and challenges that still remain in ending the epidemic

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Why we can’t stop fighting for women living with HIV

As a woman living with HIV, Cathy Elliott says we need to speak openly about sexual health

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Tackling health disparities one federal policy at a time

How Janelle Gillings, Merck's director of federal policy and government relations, helps promote health equity

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Our commitment to HIV treatments and prevention through the years

We continue to work at the forefront of the fight against HIV

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Building on our partnership with (RED)

We are providing an additional $1.2 million grant to support (RED) in its efforts to end AIDS

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One researcher’s lifelong fight for HIV prevention

Mike Robertson, M.D., has spent his career fighting for HIV prevention; now, he’s optimistic about a bright future

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From Kenya to the U.S., she’s helping lead the fight against HIV

Growing up in Kenya during the height of the HIV/AIDS crisis inspired Merck’s Dr. Bern Ng’eno to commit her life to improving HIV treatment and care

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Lessons from dual pandemics

A conversation with Merck Chief Patient Officer Julie Gerberding, M.D., M.P.H., about her early work caring for people with HIV and AIDS, and the parallels of the AIDS and COVID-19 pandemics

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From isolation to empowerment: Stories from the HIV community

We sat down with two advocates for the HIV community to learn about their journeys through diagnosis and depression

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Renowned Photographer and HIV Activist Duane Cramer Partners with Project Runway Star Mondo Guerra and Merck on I Design Campaign

National HIV Education Initiative Kicks Off Second Year of Education on Self-expression in HIV Treatment with New Interactive Tools WHITEHOUSE STATION, N.J., Feb. 7, 2013 – Merck (NYSE: MRK), known as MSD outside the United States and Canada, today announced that Duane Cramer, an acclaimed photographer and HIV advocate, is joining the national HIV education campaign I Design.  Duane has partnered with Project Runway star Mondo Guerra, who served as the voice of the campaign in 2012, to help empower people living with HIV to work with their doctors and approach HIV treatment “through their own lens.” The I Design campaign traveled the United States in 2012, and is embarking on its second year on the road this National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day,including the launch of interactive digital tools to help with HIV management on www.ProjectIDesign.com. “As a person who has lived with HIV for a long time, I’ve learned that self-expression is incredibly important, especially when it