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Weathering the Storm: Living With HIV During Times of Natural Disaster

October 31, 2012

Year after year, Mother Nature reminds us that she's not the most mild-tempered entity. Last year, Hurricane Irene blew onto the Eastern Seaboard, bringing power outages and much more. This year, Hurricane Sandy has brought unprecedented damage to the New York metropolitan area, and wreaked havoc on parts of the East Coast and the Caribbean, as well. The general population has a lot of concerns, including food, power, water, transportation and more. However, for those living with HIV, natural disasters bring a whole host of difficulties and fears. In an effort to curb some of those anxieties, here is some practical advice for those who are living with HIV and experiencing complications after a storm.

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