TitanMen Exclusive Matt Bosch bikes 122 miles for HIV research

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All the Titan Men I’ve worked with have been hot, horny, and hung like a horse… that’s a given. But there’s something more there, too. Titan casts based on character, not just appearance, and everyone I’ve worked with has also been smart, genuine, and kind. Newly-minted TitanMen exclusive Matthew Bosch is no exception. He and I play in the same football league here in Boston, so I’ve known him for a while; he’s the consummate team player, always upbeat and enthusiastic and willing to contribute in whatever way he can.

This past weekend, Matt participated in the 13th annual Harbor to the Bay bicycle ride to raise money HIV research. He’s always been passionate about finding new treatments for HIV. Matt’s day job is at Fenway Health here in Boston, where he helps run a study that has been closely monitoring HIV-positive patients’ medication regimens, in some cases for more than ten years. The research has led directly to major advancements in the pharmaceutical treatment of HIV.

“The years ago, treatment destroyed your body,” Matt told me. “Now, HIV is not a death sentence. It’s a manageable condition. The funds I raise from Harbor to the Bay will help fund that research, but they’ll also go to provide medical care and medication for people with HIV and AIDS who can’t otherwise afford it.”

Matt successfully completed the 122-mile Harbor to the Bay ride on Saturday. “It was awesome,” he texted me from the finish line. “It tested me physically and emotionally. I can barely walk today. But so worth it. I would never do it for fun, but I feel so passionately about the cause that it’s worth it.” Although the ride is over, you can still support him via his fundraising page, and 100% of the money Matt raises goes directly towards Fenway’s research and community health initiatives. As of this writing, he’s still a couple hundred dollars short of his goal, so I hope we can put him over the top. I know he’d really appreciate your support!

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  1. kim thorne
    kim thorne says:

    im glad he is doing so well in his fund raising and im sorry i cant afford to donate to support such a worthy cause but i wish him good luck and i hope he raises all the money he is hoping to raise.

    im also glad that research and treatment have come such a long way and that hiv is not longer a death sentence but is now a manageable condition.

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