Hiv Positive Woman And Hiv Negative Man

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RE HIV negative woman with positive man - how do I cope?

Dear Dr. Shernoff:I am the person who wrote that memo last week. Thank you for your kind reply - it really meant a lot to me. I have spoken to my partner about my feelings and, although I had spoken to him about this before, your words gave me the...
Michael Shernoff, M.S.W.

Response from Michael Shernoff, M.S.W.

Psychotherapist and Author
...a couples group at GMHC with my partner that was originally just gay men. Eventually it included a lesbian couple were one woman had AIDS and one heterosexual couple where the woman had AIDS. We all learned a great deal about the dynamics of... Read more »

Worried: HIV positive woman with negative man....

I have tested positive in July 2003.I am not on meds yet as my CD 4 is still reasonable high.I have... Read more »

HIV negative woman with positive man - how do I cope?

Dear Dr. Shernoff:I don't know how to make this concise - everything seems so complicated right now... Read more »
HIV i-Base

Planning a Pregnancy

...Statement Planning Your Pregnancy Preconception, planned pregnancy, and your rights to have a baby Many HIV-positive women become pregnant when they already know their HIV status. Many women are also already taking anti-HIV drugs when... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

So-Called "Global Gag Rule" Has Made HIV/AIDS, Pregnancy Prevention More Difficult for Women Worldwide, Opinion Piece Says

... Some U.S. policies, such as the so-called "global gag rule," have "made it harder for women in Africa and elsewhere to prevent HIV/AIDS and unwanted pregnancies," Elizabeth Maguire, president of the nongovernmental organization Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Extension of So-Called "Global Gag Rule" to HIV/AIDS Prevention Programs Would "Endanger Women's Lives," Letter to Editor Says

...discuss or provide abortion services -- to funding for HIV/AIDS prevention programs, Marianne Mollmann, a researcher in the Women's Rights Division of Human Rights Watch , writes in a New York Times letter to the editor in response to a... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

HIV-Positive Black Women in North Carolina More Likely to Be Poor, Unemployed Than HIV-Negative Black Women, Study Says

...HIV-positive black women in North Carolina are more likely to be poor, unemployed and willing to trade sex for drugs, money or shelter than HIV-negativeRead more »
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