This Positive Life: Marcia Finds Permanent Self-Love in a Temporary World (February 14, 2013)
Marcia Dorsey got a good education and a good job; she never drank or did drugs; and she stayed in one monogamous relationship for many years. After being diagnosed with HIV, she first asked herself, "Why me?" But then, after educating herself about the disease, she began to say, "Well, why not me?"
Peter and Kathy McLoyd's Serodiscordant Relationship (December 22, 2012)
While many believe HIV is a challenge too big for a couple to overcome, nothing could be further from the truth for the McLoyds. Their love is a glue stronger than HIV, and it is crystal clear that they are each other's hero.
Call My Name: A Blog Entry by Khafre Abif (July 24, 2012)
"Call My Name (CMN) is a program designed to draw attention to a public health crisis by fostering the creation of new panels for The AIDS Memorial Quilt made by African Americans."
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