Long-Term Survivors Day

  • HRSA Honors HIV Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day
    06-03-2022This Sunday, June 5, 2022, is HIV Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day. On this day, the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program honors the resi...
  • 40 Years of Progress – It’s Time to End the HIV Epidemic: Webinar Summary
    06-10-2021On Tuesday, June 1, 2021, the HHS Office of Infectious Disease and HIV/AIDS Policy (OIDP) and U.S. Public Health Service Commissi...
  • I Am a Long-term Survivor of HIV
    06-03-2021To prepare for this blog, I keep asking myself: What does it mean to be a long-term survivor of HIV? My feelings, words, an...
  • Participate in HRSA’s HIV Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day Twitter Thread: June 1-5
    05-26-2021In honor of HIV Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day, HRSA invites all recipients, stakeholder organizations, and federal partners t...
  • June 5: Honoring the Resilience of Those Who Have Paved the Way
    06-03-2020On June 5, 1981, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published a Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), d...
  • June 2020 Health Observances at a Glance
    06-01-2020As we begin the month, the HIV.gov team summarizes the June health observances calendar and points to useful communication resources.
  • Remembering June 5th
    06-05-2019Today we recognize that, 38 years ago, the CDC published the first report of what would come to be known as the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
  • At This Time, a Timeline for All
    06-05-2019Viewed through our updated timeline, June observances remind us of our history — and inform how we can move to end the HIV epidemic.
  • It Is Still Not Over: HIV Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day 2018
    06-01-2018HIV Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day celebrates and honors long-term survivors of the epidemic and raises awareness of their needs, issues, and journeys.
  • They Lived to Fight Another Day: Honoring HIV Long-Term Survivors
    06-05-2017June 5th marks the day when the first report of what would come to be known as AIDS was published in 1981. That is why we chose...