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Real People Living with HIV/AIDS

A 33-year-old man who was diagnosed as HIV+ in July 2001 describes his thoughts and feelings about the partner who infected him, his abandonment by many friends and how the virus has enabled him to find a sense of self-worth

Mateso Moova, from Tanzania, talks about an increasing number of AIDS patients committing suicide in his country where people with HIV are ostracised and receive no medication to combat the virus.

Lincoln Andrews, from Melbourne, Australia, talks with heart-rending frankness about the fears and phobias which have caused him far greater suffering than his HIV status.

"I was 22. Needless to say, I became very depressed and turned to alcohol and drugs as a way to "numb" my fear, anxiety, and anger." Read how Brian learned to turn his life around and cope with the infection.

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Book Review: Autobiography

Mino Pavlic - No Obstacle Too Great 

I wrote and published an extraordinary work of non-fiction,outlying an unimaginable life.15 years now, I've lived with and survived the HIV infection,which in the last 9 years has come out of remission 3 times seriously threatening to extinguish my very life.This in itself is only the tip of the iceberg in terms of the insurmountable struggles and obstacles,I not only faced,but as well overcome within my life.

For information on this book please visit Mino's website - Click Here

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