Healthy Living Summit Recap With Robert and Jeromy
By Robert Breining
April 24, 2012
This Thursday April 19th at 9pm EST Robert Breining and Jeromy Dunn hosted the Healthy Living Summit Recap Show on POZ I AM Radio. The previous week, from April 10-13, Robert and Jeromy presented at NAPWA's National Healthy Living Summit in Dallas Texas. The Summit promotes healthy living for people living with HIV. The new National Healthy Living Expo continued the work of NAPWA's popular Staying Alive national conferences in a new environment of not just surviving with HIV but living productive and fulfilling lives. The conference consisted of a Men's, Women's and Youth Institute and tons of breakout sessions on relationships, hep C co-infections, HIV criminalization, HIV in the rural South and social media.
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