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HIV Educational Videos

"Don't Shut Me Out"

The "Don't Shut Me Out" video is a documentary, created and produced by CSS staff and featuring some CSS patients, which explores the issues that HIV positive parents struggle with when disclosing their HIV status to their children. The video presents first-person accounts of the conflicts of four parents who have not yet disclosed their HIV status to their children, relates the stories of four families who have spoken openly about the parent's HIV status, and offers the opinions of an expert in the field. For more information and to order a copy of this video, see the "Don't Shut Me Out" web site at www.aidsnyc.org/shut.html.


"Why Should I Take Protease Inhibitors?"

The "Why Should I Take Protease Inhibitors?" video is a documentary created and produced by CSS staff and featuring some CSS patients. The video explores decision-making and adherence issues involving new HIV regimens. First-person patient accounts are helpful in communicating strategies for coping with current medication cocktails.


To order either video send a $20 check or money order payable to The Center for Special Studies:

The Center for Special Studies
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
525 East 68th Street, F-24
New York, NY 10021


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