The Day I Was Pronounced Dead: A Blog Entry by Ellisya (July 14, 2011)
"We are going to fight this every day. No matter how long it takes, one day our fight might help the next people who have to live with HIV. I remember the day I found out I had HIV felt like the day I was pronounced dead, but instead I came alive."
Take Life Seriously, but Do Not Forget to Have Fun! A Blog Entry by Teniecka Drake (July 9, 2011)
"Do you ever wonder why people take life so seriously and never smile or laugh or even joke? ... Life for me, when I was given my diagnosis, was not fun or happy, and forget cracking a smile. ... After having a family of my own and going through some things, I can say life is meant to be enjoyed!!!"
Hope and Dignity (Summer 2011)
HIV has not extinguished these cherished values in Peggy Frank of Victoria, Canada. On the contrary, even after more than 20 years, she continues to nourish them in herself and in her HIV-positive sisters and brothers in Africa.
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In The Positive Side, from Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange
Let There Be Blood: A Blog Entry by Brooke Davidoff (June 19, 2011)
"We scream at the passersby who have no idea HIV is lurking, but they cannot hear us. They have no idea they are at risk, and we are the only ones who can save them. The more people who test positive, the more we have failed them."
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