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More Than Just a Number

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Andrew

The author did a great job capturing the facts and feelings associated with the survey. Some paragraphs reached into my gut and heart, pulled them out and said, "...yup, this is what it looks like..." Re stigma it is still so huge. I went to a World Aids Day concert fundraiser (it was awesome) and there was hardly anyone there. We must be vigilant against complacency or as the author stated, history may repeat. -Andrew

January 3, 2008 California

sly

I might have missed it, But was there a question asked about what % of people who are HIV are abandoned by their partner when they begain to falter and become sick?I have seen it too many times right here in our community.I wish HIV agentcies would put more education toward people that are deciding to go into a relationship where one is HIV and better yet where both are HIV.I think the gay.coms and the ever growing "OPEN RELATIONSHIP" status is a henderance to the education and prevention of HIV

January 3, 2008 Amarillo Texas

FairWind555

This was a very informative article about the way we responded to the survey. I appreciate your efforts.

December 19, 2007

Marc

how may people can't swallow pills and it has affected which HIV medications they take? other than me?

December 6, 2007 Portland

Safesurfer

How many people participated in the survey? What was the number of men and women? Did you analyze the data by race, ethnicity or age? Just wondering...

December 5, 2007 Detroit

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