Monday, March 05, 2007

HIV/AIDS and Disabilities Blog Carnival is now March 10th

The HIV/AIDS, Deafness and Disabilities Blog,, was scheduled to host the Disabilities Blog Carnival starting on March 8th on the topic of HIV/AIDS and people with disabilities but the posting of the Carnival has been postponed until Saturday March 10. In the meantime, additional suggestions for websites that should be included are welcome--just post links and a short description of why you think a website is important in the comments below.

In the meantime, March 8th is the big Blogging Against Sexism Day, so look forward to all your blogs against sexism!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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The duration of the treatment is normally between 6 – 12 months depending on the individual patient’s profile and the stage of the infection. We are looking for candidates to join our on-going trial treatment programme.

Interested candidates can contact us via email at

We are able to ship medicine free of charge to anywhere in the world in exchange we request that the participating candidates provide us with blood test results throughout the course of the treatment.