My Horrific Seven Months: A Blog Entry by ScotCharles (June 13, 2012)
"I have been careening from one health issue to another and haven't had the strength to write. I have learned quite a lot from these illnesses. I am still struggling to reckon the past seven months."
My Lizzy, Me and HIV: A Blog Entry by Rev. Andrena Ingram (January 23, 2012)
"When I was thinking about moving here about 10 years ago, to attend seminary, my first concern was: where am I going to receive medical care. I reached out to someone here, who referred me to Philadelphia Fight ... and I met Lizzy, and we have hung tough for almost 9 years!"
When Our Lab Results Are Not Normal: A Video Blog Entry by Maria T. Mejia (October 13, 2011)
"When I received the news and read my lab work and saw that my enzymes were up, I freaked out! ... We, as HIV positive people, always have to go through this every time we get our blood work done! I have been through this for 20 years and as the years pass and more of the meds are in our system, actually it is a scarier feeling for me!"
From The Well Project
God ... Get Outta Here! How I Met My HIV Doctor: A Blog Entry by Ibrahim (April 18, 2011)
"HIV doctors cannot help their patients without developing a strong bond with them -- sharing their life. If you have a problem sharing your life with your doctor then maybe it's time for you to go online for a 'Doctor Hunt' ... and be ready to write in your 'into' field: LTR."
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