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asianage
Canadian restaurant run by HIV-positive staff aims to smash stigmalast month that found only half of Canadians would eat food prepared by someone
asianage / Posted 4 days ago
last month that found only half of Canadians would eat food prepared by someone with HIV. The survey was conducted by Casey House, a non-profit that planned the pop-up, or temporary, restaurant, said the group’s head Joanne Simons. Casey House... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
#SmashStigma: Restaurant hopes to smash misconceptions, hires HIV-infected staff onlylast month that found only half of Canadians would eat food prepared by someone
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
last month that found only half of Canadians would eat food prepared by someone with HIV. The survey was conducted by Casey House, a non-profit that planned the pop-up, or temporary, restaurant, said the group’s head Joanne Simons. Casey House... Read more
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metro
Meet the pop-up restaurant which only employs HIV-positive stafffood prepared by an HIV positive person. Which is why a Canadian pop-up restau
metro / Posted 5 days ago
food prepared by an HIV positive person. Which is why a Canadian pop-up restaurant has set up shop to help #SmashStigma. Casey House is a speciality HIV/AIDS hospital in Toronto and they’ve just launched a restaurant which exclusively employs... Read more
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KERA North Texas
At pop-up eatery in Canada, HIV education is on the menuCanadians would be eating food cooked by someone with the virus. "The results
KERA North Texas / Posted 9 days ago
Canadians would be eating food cooked by someone with the virus. "The results were staggering," says Joanne Simons, CEO of Casey House Canada's only hospital dedicated to people HIV/AIDS. Casey House conducted the survey. "Fifty percent of... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Canadian restaurant run by HIV-positive staff aims to smash stigmalast month that found only half of Canadians would eat food prepared by someone
Daily Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
last month that found only half of Canadians would eat food prepared by someone with HIV. The survey was conducted by Casey House, a non-profit that planned the pop-up, or temporary, restaurant, said the group's head Joanne Simons. Casey House... Read more
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CTV News
Canada's first HIV-positive restaurant opens in Toronto to counter stigmasof 14 HIV-positive chefs who developed the menu and cooked the food at June's H
CTV News / Posted 11 days ago
of 14 HIV-positive chefs who developed the menu and cooked the food at June's HIV+ Eatery, a pop-up restaurant organized by Casey House, a Toronto hospital for people living with HIV and AIDS. It's billed as Canada's first HIV-positive restaurant... Read more
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New Now Next
This Toronto Restaurant Is Staffed Entirely By People With HIVAccording to a recent Smash Stigma study conducted by Casey House, only half of
New Now Next / Posted 12 days ago
According to a recent Smash Stigma study conducted by Casey House, only half of Canadians would “knowingly share food with or eat food prepared by someone who is HIV positive.” Casey House, a Toroto-based service center and hospital for people... Read more
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Inquirier.net
HIV-positive cooks to host Canada’s first HIV pop-up eateryJune’s. Image: Casey House/Matt Barnes via AFP Relaxnews To reduce the stigma
Inquirier.net / Posted 12 days ago
June’s. Image: Casey House/Matt Barnes via AFP Relaxnews To reduce the stigma that people living with HIV/AIDS experience, a team of more than a dozen HIV-positive cooks will open Canada’s first HIV pop-up eatery in Toronto this week. Led by chef... Read more
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CTV News
HIV-positive chefs aim to break stigma with pop-up restaurant in Torontothe stigma faced by people living with the illness. The pop-up is part of a ca
CTV News / Posted 13 days ago
the stigma faced by people living with the illness. The pop-up is part of a campaign launched by Toronto-based hospital, Casey House, which is Canada's only stand-alone hospital dedicated to caring for those living with HIV-AIDS. June's HIV+... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Hospice care available through Medicareare sent to inpatient hospice to die,” said Jean Cohn, clinical manager at Mont
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 18 days ago
are sent to inpatient hospice to die,” said Jean Cohn, clinical manager at Montgomery Hospice’s inpatient facility, Casey House. “In fact, we’re frequently fine-tuning patients’ regimens in inpatient hospice and sending them back... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Hospice care available through Medicareare sent to inpatient hospice to die,” said Jean Cohn, clinical manager at Mont
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 18 days ago
are sent to inpatient hospice to die,” said Jean Cohn, clinical manager at Montgomery Hospice’s inpatient facility, Casey House. “In fact, we’re frequently fine-tuning patients’ regimens in inpatient hospice and sending them back... Read more
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CTV News
Toronto hospital for HIV-AIDS patients doubles capacity after major redevelopmentliving with HIV-AIDS has doubled its capacity with the completion of a $38 mill
CTV News / Posted 25 days ago
living with HIV-AIDS has doubled its capacity with the completion of a $38 million redevelopment project. The expansion of Casey House means the Toronto facility will now be able to care for 650 people through upgraded clinical services and... Read more

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