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Coming Out HIV+: A Day With HIV in America

By Robert Breining

November 21, 2011

Coming Out as a Person With HIV

Robert and Jack will be discussing "Coming Out HIV+" and why people choose to come out publicly as someone living with HIV/AIDS. Call in and share why you choose to or choose not to be public about your HIV status.

A Day With HIV in America, Sept. 21, 2011

Jeff Berry will also be coming on POZIAM RADIO to speak about the photos that were submitted for this year's "A Day With HIV in America." Jeff Berry is the editor of Positively Aware, an AIDS advocate, HIV positive for over 20 years.

Positively Aware published a few photos in their magazine and all of them on the website at

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The Positive Pitch

I describe myself as a "positive person with purpose." My goal is to help people living with HIV/AIDS discover similarities in each other ... and form friendships. I want to ease the shock of a diagnosis and remind people that our dreams are not infected. I am also an HIV/AIDS cyber-activist, radio show host, blogger and social network guru.

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