David Duran is a nationally recognized HIV advocate and writer who has written for every major LGBT publication in the U.S., as well as several others overseas, including TheBody.com, POZ, Plus and Positively Aware. Always aware of current trends within the HIV community, David also speaks at and participates in conferences and gatherings on HIV around the world.
Within the past year, David Duran has had some form of official relationship with each of the following groups/organizations that have a stake in the fight against HIV. These disclosures were last updated on March 18, 2017.
- Positively Aware.
- Remedy Health Media (TheBody.com).
- San Francisco AIDS Foundation.
- United States Conference on AIDS media contributor.
- World AIDS Conference attendee and media partner.
- AIDS/LifeCycle Press Corps.
Latest by David Durán
Gay dating apps Grindr, Hornet and Blued recently discussed their efforts to promote PrEP education and HIV testing in a presentation at the International AIDS Conference.
Electronic Monitoring Pillboxes Effective in Monitoring Antiretroviral Adherence in Low-Technology Contexts
A new small pill container records the date and time the container is opened and uses mobile networks to transmit that information to a secure server, offering a new tool for measuring adherence.
Sharing opinions and interacting with others while keeping engaged is an ongoing job in this digital world. Presenters at AIDS 2016 offered advice to aspiring digital HIV activists.
Reports say that several dozen delegates -- mostly from Africa -- are seeking asylum in Melbourne. Decisions could take months.
AIDS 2014 has chosen Emirates Airlines as the official airline for the conference. However, the airline is owned by a government rife with HIV stigma. David Duran reports.
A new report from the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation discusses the myriad ways that changes in law and policy, including the ACA and the end of DOMA, have an impact on LGBT health.