I began my career in HIV and quickly learned that in the shadows of affluence lies the truth about San Diego . . . a region lacking the resources to address the dire health needs of our most vulnerable residents.
When you're a kid, a lot of times you feel alone. That feeling is multiplied when you grow up with HIV. But then you find someone who has been through what you've been through, and it makes you feel better.
As we recognize another National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, this time on the precipice of the 30 year mark in our battle against the disease, I have to wonder, how many women are literally dying for love?