The things that unite us are often the memories we share. Memories help us through hard times by touching on universal emotions. Some times we cry and other times we laugh. But no matter what our reaction is to life’s twists and turns, it is the sharing of our history that helps to unite us as a community.
Over the past 25 years, those of us involved with the Pitt Men’s Study have seen our fair share of history. We’ve experienced the twists and turns of the AIDS epidemic first hand. In commemoration of our extraordinary efforts—particularly among the study’s volunteers—the staff of the Pitt Men’s Study has created this space in order to share our history.