This Positive Life Video: An Interview With Richard Brodsky (April 1, 2011)
"I was very fortunate because Jodi, she kind of like just immediately said, 'No, we're going to work this out.' It was a struggle at the beginning because we didn't know too much about it. I found out a little about it at the time, 'It's like a death sentence.'"
D as in "DOG," as in Vitamin D: A Blog Entry by Sherri Beachfront Lewis (October 22, 2010)
I'm told that most people are in need of Vitamin D so here we go, a new study for Vitamin D. Hopefully this new study will provide some answers. I am still on the first front line, first generation being a longtime HIV-positive woman who is aging.
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.
4,000 Pages and Counting (December 27, 2009)
Larry Kramer's boundless outrage changed the course of AIDS. Now, with his still-unfinished epic about America's hidden gay past (George Washington, Alexander Hamilton ...), he's furiously rewriting history again.
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