Recently the University of Michigan published a piece about iTech study coordinator Matthew Rosso. The article highlights Matthew’s personal experiences with addiction, the LGBTQ community, and stigma. It also touches on the iTech study We Prevent, which aims to help young, gay and bisexual men by incorporating a relationship skills session into existing couples HIV testing and counseling. The goal is to empower them with skills to effectively communicate and to protect themselves from HIV and risky behaviors.
You can read the beautifully moving article here.