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About the Information Contained in Our Book

Although great steps have been taken to insure the accuracy of all the information presented herein, we apologize for any errors this guide may contain.

Opinions expressed throughout our publication are not necessarily those of the HIVCO Board of Directors, HIVCO members, contractors, employees, or the book's authors or designer. The book is intended for information purposes only, and is not an endorsement of, or for, any medical treatment, institution, or product. Contents of this book should not be construed as legal or medical advice or opinion on any specific fact or circumstance. The reader is urged to consult a doctor or lawyer concerning the reader's own situation and any specific questions the reader may have. Under no circumstances should the information in this book be construed as a substitute for the advice of a professional who has been informed of your individual situation and needs.


June, 1994

The HIV Coalition Book Publishing Committee:
Marikay Belsanti, Co-Chair
Linda Davis, M.D., Co-Chair
Terri Barker
Bill Hocker


Acknowledgements

We are greatly indebted to the following HIVCO friends, organizations, and colleagues for lending their time, expertise, and support in creating the second edition of this book:

Diane Abbinanti
Juan Alegria
American Dental Association
AIDS Project Los Angeles
Stacy Baker
David Barker, M.D.
Carrie Barnett and People Like
Us Books
Andrea Barthwell, M.D.
Murray Batt, M.D.
Patrick Belsanti
Lee Ann Benedict
Emily Berendt
Mark Berteau
Dan Bigg
Body Positive
Michael Brickman
Caremark
Phyllis Charles
Cathy Christeller
Cook County Department of
Public Health
Susan Curry
Richard DeRath
Kathy Doyle and Doyle Research
Associates
Mary Ellen Druyan
Shelly Ebbert
Evanston Health Department
Families' and Children's AIDS
Network
John Fortunato
Joyce Fox
Joseph Galligan
Anne Burris Gasior
Timothy Gates
Gay Men's Health Crisis
Rabbi Sam Gordon
Judith Greer
Richard Guasco
HANDI
Susan Harris
Fay Hartog-Rapp
C.J. Hawking
Hemophilia of Georgia
Hemophilia Foundation of
Michigan
Hemlock Society
HIV Talk Radio Project
Ronald Hirsch, M.D.
Keith Holzmueller
Horizons
Howard Brown Health Center
Peter Ilgenfritz
ImpactAIDS
Indi-indexers
Lee Joesten
Grace Kaplafka
Elizabeth Kelly
Thomas Klein, M.D.
Emily Klose
R.J. Kollar
Kupona Network
Randi Levin
Lambda Rising Books
Lewis Lampiris
LifeSource
Roberta Luskin-Hawk, M.D.
Kate Mahoney
Annie Martin
Michelle Mascaro
Howard Mirsky
Elizabeth Monk and DCFS
Sharon Moravec
John Myers and AIDS Legal
Council
National Association of People
With AIDS
National Hemophilia
Foundation
Judith Nerad, M.D.
Bill Northrup
Brenden Olney
Linda Orr
John Owens, M.D.
Joan Palmer and WITS
Andrew Pavlatos, M.D.
Dennis Penning
People With AIDS Coalition
Candice Percansky
Richard Perez-Feria and POZ
Rae Pistone and PATH
Joseph Piszczor, M.D.
Marilyn Price
Project Inform
Barbara Prowe
Joan Reilly
Felicia Rodriguez
Angelina Rossi
Bella Selan
San Francisco AIDS Foundation
D'arcy von Schultz
Kim Stieglitz
Deborah Steinkopf and BEHIV
Kathy Thill
Michael Troyer
Shawn Tucker
Tucson AIDS Project
Steve Wakefield
Brian West
Mildred Williamson
Windy City Times
Harvey Wolf, Psy.D.
Ram Yogev, M.D.
Marianne Zelewsky
Joseph Zendell


Special thanks to:

Test Positive Aware Network (TPA) for their collaborative effort with resources and Publication Services, Inc., and the men and women who have so generously shared their personal stories of living with HIV and AIDS in order to help others learn to do the same.


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