Where do I start? It is with much sorrow that I am writing this blog...the memories of my friends that passed from AIDS complications haunt me all the time. It is very hard to express how I feel … so...
Submitted on : Feb 26, 2016
On December 24th of 1995, I stepped into the private lab that was directly across from my home to collect my HIV test results. I opened the door and I had not taken a seat when the lab technician uttered: "We have a problem."
Submitted on : Feb 23, 2016
Have you ever experienced something that left you feeling and questioning, "Did that really just happen?"
Submitted on : Feb 15, 2016
I live in the basement: the lowest floor of the social systems we have here in America. Above me live the middle-class: not concerned with the trials of the lower class; the privileged: living in a...
Submitted on : Feb 12, 2016
I was born into a large family consisting of my parents and five brothers. A hardworking, close-knit family where we were taught very young the importance of RESPECT, SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUALITY, the importance of SHARING, TOLERANCE and LOVE.
Submitted on : Feb 10, 2016
An ordinary woman, who has lived an extraordinary life. Now age 61.5... I am Humbled, Blessed and truly Grateful for All. My entire life, in retrospect has been one of uniqueness, never following the...
Submitted on : Jan 27, 2016
HIV and Me… All in the name of finding a cure what I did. I diagnosed myself in 2000, but at that time there was no public information about the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). My whole world...
Submitted on : Jan 27, 2016
Everyone calls me "Angel". It has been my nickname for as long as I can remember. I was born in March of 1979. I am 36 years old. I am in recovery from an addictive lifestyle. I have 13 years clean...
Submitted on : Jan 20, 2016
The Well Project interviews Abosede (Bose) Olotu, Global Ambassador, Community Advisory Board member and A Girl Like Me blogger.
Submitted on : Nov 30, 2015
Get basic information about tests for resistance, tropism, and viral load – what they are, when you need them, and how they are used.
Submitted on : Oct 26, 2015

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