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First-Person Stories From HIV-Positive People: April 2007

April 3, 2007

First-Person Stories From HIV-Positive People

Paul: Rape Survivor and HIV/AIDS Educator
Paul, 37, lives in the Northeast, where he is an HIV/AIDS educator. To e-mail Paul, click here.
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Since its founding in 2000, The Positive Project has collected more than 100 first-person stories told by people infected or affected by HIV/AIDS. These stories are used to reduce stigma, raise awareness, promote prevention, encourage testing and enhance care.

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Rape Survivor and HIV/AIDS Educator
Paul, 37, lives in the Northeast, where he is an HIV/AIDS educator. To e-mail Paul, click here.

Devoted HIV/AIDS Educator
Carla, 52, lives in California where she's an HIV/AIDS educator and a mother. To e-mail Carla, click here.

Alaskan Native Working in Harm Reduction
Clarence, 45, lives on the West Coast. He does HIV/AIDS education and harm reduction. To e-mail Clarence, click here.

Native American Infected at 20
Prairie is a 24-year-old Native American from the Northern Plains. She is an HIV/AIDS educator and a mother and has been infected for four years.
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First-Person Stories From HIV-Positive People: June 2008




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