Where Is A Good Place To Live For Hiv Patients
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Connecticut: A Place for Second Chances -- Tabor House Marks 20 Years of Helping Homeless Men With HIV/AIDS Live Their Lives and Regain Their PrideHartford's Tabor House is celebrating 20 years of providing refuge and support to homeless men with HIV/AIDS. Founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Tabor House has two locations -- one on Brownell Avenue in the city's Frog Hollow neighborhood and... Read more »
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Harvard Medical SchoolHIV is a chronic disease that requires regular treatment on an ongoing basis. Therefore, while it's possible to travel half way around the world to get an opinion, I'm not sure if it's the best option. I think that you would be... Read more »
Member, City of NY Bar Association Committee on AIDSDear Writer, Thank you for writing in. What happened to you sounds upsetting not just because you injured yourself but also because you fear that you exposed a co-worker to HIV. It is important to know that over 30 states and US territories have... Read more »
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Posted by christo, 1 ReplyI am newly diagnosed and am just seeking a state with progressive doctors/treatment possibilities and outlets like support groups and other outlets. I spoke with a state worker in North Carolina and she told me to have that as my last option if... Read more »
Posted by TonyBakerOK, 9 RepliesHello.
I have been positive since 2005, and have lived in Tennessee, Texas, California and Currently Oklahoma.
It seems like every state is different when it comes to HIV services and Ryan White stuff.
I just moved HOME to Oklahoma and I am miserable,... Read more »
Posted by troubledguy, 3 RepliesI don't know if my story is unique or just another hetero sexual man causing trouble for their loved ones.
I am sorry to post here post, without actually getting confirmed 100% But I know I have HIV, I felt it from the early stages where acute period... Read more »
Posted by ScotCharlesFrom the Sunday January 6, 2008 New York Times Front Section
CHICAGO John Holloway received a diagnosis of AIDS nearly two decades ago, when the disease was a speedy death sentence and treatment a distant dream.
Yet at 59 he is alive, thanks to a... Read more »
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