Tag Archives: longterm survivors

A&U magazine essay, Second Acts column: “Hanging On”

“For many years, I have had variations of this recurring dream: I am adrift at sea, clinging on to a flimsy life raft, while sailing vessels of all kinds pass me by… …None of them can hear me; not on … Continue reading

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Remember Their Names: a re-post for World AIDS Day, Dec 1, 2020

(click on link for article) https://www.poz.com/blogger/bruce-ward Reposting for World AIDS Day, Dec 1, 2020 I can only imagine what they would be like now, this band of brothers, and if we would still be friends. In my mind, they are … Continue reading

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Longterm Survivors – HuffPost blog

(re-posted for National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day 2020) http://www.huffingtonpost.com/bruce-ward/longterm-survivors-a-worl_b_6220812.html?

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Why I Still Go To The Gym – HuffPost blog

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/bruce-ward/why-i-still-kinda-sorta-g_b_6310204.html? Why I Still (Kinda, Sorta) Go to the Gym By  Bruce Ward, Contributor Writer/Actor/Educator/AIDS Advocate Dec 11, 2014, 04:06 PM EST|Updated Dec 6, 2017 Through my thirty years of living with HIV, there has been one consistency. Relationships and … Continue reading

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