Lora René Tucker: I’ve Changed My Mind…. “YES, as a social worker, a clinician, I am assisting, cajoling and monitoring others about taking their medications…that does not mean that I am not human… and sometimes troubled. I slowly tried to kill myself by neglecting my medication regiment, wallowing in a feeling of hopelessness, but now…
I want to live.”

Lora René Tucker: I’ve Changed My Mind….

“YES, as a social worker, a clinician, I am assisting, cajoling and monitoring others about taking their medications…that does not mean that I am not human… and sometimes troubled. I slowly tried to kill myself by neglecting my medication regiment, wallowing in a feeling of hopelessness, but now…

I want to live.”

30 Years, 9 Months, 17 Days

 Joe Burke: “[That’s when] I was diagnosed as having HIV. It wasn’t until years later in 1988 that I found out I had Hepatitis Non-A, Non-B, which at the time there were no conclusive tests or discovery of Hepatitis C. My mother got a letter in the mail no parent should be expected to receive…”

It’s Time for a TV Dramedy Series About Life With HIV

How one man’s path from self-stigmatization to self-realization led him to produce Unsure/Positive: a new series that goes beyond the antiquated history of Philadelphia, Longtime Companion, Dallas Buyers Club and The Normal Heart and talks about what living with HIV is like, TODAY.