This Positive Life: An Interview With Peter and Kathy McLoyd (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.
This Positive Life Video: An Interview With Ron Crowder (August 24, 2010)
When Ron tested positive in jail back in 1991, he wasn't surprised. Being an injection drug user who was sharing needles, he knew he was at risk. Yet, being diagnosed in a time when AZT was the only medication available, Ron never lost hope nor has he allowed an AIDS diagnosis to stop him from giving back and educating Nashville's African-American community about HIV.
Profiles in Courage: Larry Bryant (January 2006)
African-American Larry Bryant could have been a pro football player; instead, he works as an AIDS advocate for Housing Works in Washington D.C.
Greg Braxton: A Long Journey to Recovery (January 2005)
With a 27-year history of drinking, using drugs and sleeping with hundreds of women, Greg Braxton's AIDS diagnosis in 1994 came as no surprise.
In A Guide to Fuzeon: The First Fusion Inhibitor, from TheBody.com
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