Meet Bob Bowers: A Blog Entry by Aless Piper (April 26, 2013)
"My friend Bob Bowers ... [was] one of the first 14,000 Americans diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. ... and he is also an HIV/AIDS educator. Did I mention he writes in pirate? His love for life, truly, is unsurpassed."
A Day in the Life Video Series: Robert Breining on Getting Support Online and Off (December 13, 2012)
Cyber-activist Robert is used to connecting with community online. After having a rare allergic reaction to his first regimen, Robert was hesitant to start HIV meds again -- so he took to TheBody.com and POZ I AM, the social network he created, for information and support. Robert speaks on life, love, disclosure and finding a regimen that's nearly side effect-free.
This Positive Life: A Trailblazer Still Marches Forward (December 12, 2012)
Gil Kudrin has marched with ACT UP, helped found Nightsweats & T-Cells (which employs HIV-positive people and gives them work skills and experience) and has raised two young, homeless boys as his own sons.
Kari Farmer-Coffman: Motherhood and HIV -- A Blog Entry by Robert Breining (December 7, 2012)
"Kari was diagnosed with HIV on Nov. 4, 2010 and two days later was diagnosed with AIDS. She was told to make plans for her daughter and her funeral. Kari was not ready to quit. Two years later, she is still fighting and making a difference in the community."
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