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0 comments | Tuesday, December 01, 2009

In observance of World Aids Day and the millions of lives we've lost to HIV/AIDS and the millions more who are living with the disease worldwide I'd like to repost an interview that was featured earlier this year during my "Living Positive" series.

As I've said before either you're personally infected or affected by HIV/AIDS, the fight to eradicate this monster is far from over and we must talk about it every day of the year and not just on December 1.

Blogger Andre Allen of Washington, D.C. who is also openly gay and HIV positive shares his story from diagnosis to denial and ultimately living a life in which he was able to thrive in the face of HIV. His courage is commendable.

Do you know your status? If not, click here to find a testing center in your area.


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