January 2008
Gay Community News;Jan2008, Issue 217, p32
The article focuses on the rights of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-positive persons. According to the author, HIV-positive persons should stand up and claim their rights as part of the society. They should be given rights to be fully functioning members of the society. They should also demand for help and services at their local HIV organizations.


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