Norberg, John
October 1987
Saturday Evening Post;Oct87, Vol. 259 Issue 7, p52
Describes the experiences of Deborah Loeb, a wife of a prominent AIDS victim who wants people to know that when AIDS struck her husband, their friends came more often and grew even more closer instead of staying away. Description of the pain that Loeb felt while watching her husband wither away and die; Loeb's expression of her gratitude to those people who supported them and who have shown love and compassion to her husband.


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