Sarah Watson: We Can All Be Heroes (April 2006)
When Sarah Watson, 30, was diagnosed with HIV 13 years ago, she never thought she'd live to win UK Coalition's Community Hero Award for her AIDS activism.
In Positive Nation
Profiles in Courage: Marcya Owens (February 2006)
African-American HIV advocate Marcya Owens discusses her life and successes as an HIV-positive, married mother of two.
Profiles in Courage: Pamela Neely (February 2006)
Pamela Neely, a 47-year-old African-American, talks about HIV and her struggles with racism, drugs and incarceration.
Profiles in Courage: Regina Brandon (February 2006)
Once homeless, 42-year-old, African-American Regina Brandon explains why she sees her HIV-positive status as a blessing in disguise.
Profiles in Courage: Raven Lopez (January 2006)
Born HIV positive, Raven Lopez has always lived with the virus that she sees as little more than a footnote in her life.
Profiles in Courage: Precious Jackson (January 2006)
Now married to the love of her life, African-American Precious Jackson speaks about how HIV makes her feel healthier and more powerful than ever before.
Profiles in Courage: Michelle Lopez (January 2006)
Michelle Lopez discusses how she fought against depression to become an outspoken advocate for herself and her daughter.
Beatriz Diaz: From Silence to Success (January 2005)
Beatriz Diaz, 49, learned the hard way that loving yourself is critical to committing to HIV treatment.
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