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Jill Cadman is a former patient advocate and educator living with HIV and Stage IV colon cancer.
Researchers surveyed HIV-positive women age 50 and older and compared their reports about their aging with those of HIV-negative women.
The lessons I learned about the link between my locks and my body chemistry
This advocate’s call to action began with an injury, then a viral hepatitis diagnosis, then HIV.
I think when men come home from war, people allow them to be angry and aggressive, but when women come back, they are expected to be OK.
When I was diagnosed with diabetes, the first thing I did was go online and start reading everything I could about the disease.
Regardless if you were born with a silver or plastic spoon in your mouth, HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C affects everyone.
Our community has to break the pain of silence and talk about mental health issues.
HIV medication is one thing, but I also credit much of my success to the support I receive from family and friends.
Once I was able to get past the whole psychological part of losing weight, dropping pounds was easy.
It would be nice if people became more aware and showed more compassion toward people who have lupus.
I don’t know how I contracted hepatitis B, but living with it has been a roller coaster ride.
Before I had a stroke, I had warning signs. But I ignored them.
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