Undetectable: Facilitator’s Guide Lesson #2

Undetectable: Facilitator Guide Lesson #2

From the documentary, Undetectable, that focuses on six people for three years on the HIV/AIDS multi-therapies.

This segment focuses on the personal involvement in medical care. Participants and activists, Carole Miselman and Belynda Dunn advocate for themselves and women for effective treatments. They also exemplify strong relationships with their doctors, particularly with Dr. Lisa Hirschhorn.

Undetectable: The New Face of AIDS

Undetectable, feature documentary by Jay Corcoran

Released: 2001
Length: 56 minutes
Producer: Jay Corcoran
Executive producer: Michael Roberts
Cinematographer: Jay Corcoran
Editor: George O’Donnell
Composer: Scott Killian

Undetectable is a feature documentary, following for three years six Boston residents on the new multi-drug therapies for HIV disease. The film examines the complex physical and psychological effects of the treatment on three women and three men of various ethnic and cultural backgrounds, and the importance of AIDS education and advocacy within both the gay and poor and minority communities. It was broadcast on PBS, Independent Lens.
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