A Decade of Positive Faces: Sandy Lambert
How would you describe your health?
Are you experiencing any specific issues around HIV or your treatment?
I still have challenges with lipodystrophy. I have enlarged breasts (gynecomastia) and I will be seeing a surgeon for reduction surgery, which is currently not paid for by BC Medical.
What have you been up to since appearing on the cover of the Spring 2008 issue?
Most of my time is spent living life to its fullest and volunteering on a variety of committees, including those of the Renewing Our Response provincial Aboriginal advisory group and the provincial STOP HIV/AIDS (Seek and Treat for Optimal Prevention of HIV/AIDS) program.
In one word, describe this moment in AIDS.
In 10 years ...
I'll continue to help make policy and procedure changes that will help our communities.
What song is the soundtrack of your life?
"Unchained Melody" by the Righteous Brothers.
This article was provided by Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange. It is a part of the publication The Positive Side. Visit CATIE's Web site to find out more about their activities, publications and services.
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