Helping smooth the way for families affected by HIV

Kiritsy, Laura
August 2001
Bay Windows;8/9/2001, pN.PAG
Reports on the involvement of lesbian HIV patient Beth Hastie at My Friend David's House program of the Boston Living Center for families affected by HIV/AIDS in Massachusetts. Challenges faced by Hastie after being diagnosed with HIV; Factors which contributed to the interest of Hastie in participating in the program; Services and activities offered by the program.


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