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Filled with personal stories, poems, and memories, Positive Peoplecharts the varied experiences of people living with HIV and AIDS. Each person presented in the book shows a unique "face" of the virus, and gives hope that those with AIDS can lead fulfilling, healthy lives. A helpful appendix gives health advice, statistics, and resources. Published by Trafford Publishing
Positive People: Combatting HIV and AIDS is a fusion of stories, mostly from one of the co-authors (Wyatt-Morley) based on her personal experience as an HIV positive mother and as Executive Director of an HIV/AIDS support organization, Women On Maintaining Education and Nutrition (WOMEN), together with writings, mostly in the form of arresting and very down-to-earth poems by Dr. Ian Mayo-Smith, an international expert on management and development, who is former Vice Chairman of the Board of WOMEN, and currently its International Adviser. The book highlights the special problems of people of color in gaining access to health care and in particular discrimination against women in medical matters. It deals with the devastating effects of HIV/AIDS amongst the elderly as well as amongst teenagers and people in their twenties. The authors plead for a greater understanding of this global health crisis and for realistic action to deal with it.