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Tuesday, December 21, 1999

Hey, My friend Shaune in Melbourne turned me on to your site. Check out http://www.aliveandwell.org which is the Alive and Well website. Alive and Well is a Los Angeles organization run by Christine Maggiore, author of WHAT IF EVERYTHING YOU THOUGHT YOU KNEW ABOUT AIDS WAS WRONG?
The organization is dedicated to alerting the international community that the HIV Test is inaccurate and can yield false results, the actual HIV virus has never clinically been proven to cause AIDS and that the Medication for the disease (especially AZT) is poisonous.
There are great stories and links on the site.
Enjoy. Happy Holidays. Thanks for your site.
Brad

Tuesday 22nd December, 1999

Hi:
I hope you will give my story a place at your web site.
Thanks!

To anyone who has ever lived or loved in fear, please consider my invitation to examine another side of AIDS.
With kind regards,
Christine Maggiore
Founder of Alive & Well AIDS Alternatives Los Angeles,
California

Christine has posted her story - read


Wednesday, December 29, 1999

These are 2 of the poems my sister wrote shortly before her death June 5, 1999. She is greatly missed by all whose lives she touched. I will never be the same without her. I know I have to move on but right now it is just too difficult. You are doing wonderful work.

NO ESCAPE
As I stand with my bare feet in the sand,
The peaceful water reaches out its hand
As if telling me to come in
And leave this place filled with sin.
I walk to the shore,
planning to leave this world forevermore.
The calm sea stirs,
And this place is not as it was before.
How will I leave this world so filled with anger and hate?
There is no way
THERE IS NO ESCAPE....

Davene March 15, 1999
THE OTHER SHORE
Standing at the ocean,
Standing at the sea,
I see another shore
And a girl who looks like me
I see another shore,
I see a dream I knew,
I see another time before,
A time when love was true.

I see water that I've crossed,
I see the bridge I've burned.
I see you there beside me;
Is my lesson learned?

Now the girl is gone,
Not where she was before...
It's amazing what you see,
Standing on the other shore.

Davena


January 7, 2000

I would like to say that these stories are very impressive and I would like to commend all of the people who have lived through these stories.

Tuesday,

A question, as opposed to a comment: I'm wondering if I can still submit a story for the site and what the requirements are e.g., length, content, etc.

Hello Chris,
Yes, all stories are very welcomed to the site as it's the only way the site will keep going!
There are no requirements or restrictions on size.....so go right ahead!
You can e-mail the content to me and is usually updated to the site that week. Thanks for your question and l hope to get something from you in the future.
Carolena Helderman
HIV/AIDS Website co-ordinator

Chris has now posted his story on the site - read


Saturday, January 22, 2000

I FINALLY FOUND A WEDSITE FOR WOMEN LIVING WITH AIDS AND HIV I BEEN HIV+ SINCE 1990 BUT FOUND OUT IN 1995 THE ONLY REASON I FOUND OUT IN 1995 THE MAN THAT GAVE THE VIRUS TO ME WAS DEAD I HAD TO CALL THE CORNERS OFFICE AND THEY SAVE MY LIFE BECAUSE I REALLY BELIEVE THE PERSON DIE OF DRUG OVERDOSE SINCE I FOUND OUT I HAVE HIV I HAVE SEARCH THE WEB BUT THANKS TO GOD I FOUND YOUR WEB SITE AND I READ ALOT OF THE WOMEN STORIES AND NOW I BELIEVE I FOUND MY SISTERS AND BROTHERS THAT UNDERSTAND ME .

Thank-you for telling me your story and l'm so glad that the site has been of help and support to you!
Keep visiting the web site as new stories are always added plus the Positive Women section is about to have some major changes made to it and new sections added this year to keep it updated. If you ever want to add a story or another paragraph to the site to share your experience with other women, please do as other women such as yourself will gain support from what you have been through.
All the best and I'm so pleased that you have found the website worthwhile.
Carolena Helderman
Web site co-ordinator


Monday, January 24, 2000

I am a 16 year old girl from Canada. I started researching a little about AIDS after watching my uncle, one of my favourite people, die of AIDS in 1998. I have been to many sites on the Internet and really enjoyed reading the personal stories. I would like to say what you are doing is fabulous. It's important to see the personal sides of AIDS, not just the written facts!

Hi Josie,
I'm really glad that you found the site and enjoyed reading the stories and indeed l had the same idea when creating the site, there are not enough personal stories (that l have found), on the web and l'm glad that it has given people support. I do the site from home on a laptop and getting encouragement from people such as yourself makes it all worthwhile and pushes me to keep going with it.
Perhaps you'd even consider writing something about your uncle for the site!
Thanks once again for your support and l hope that stories keep coming so that you'll return and keep reading.
All the best,
Carolena
Web site co-ordinator

     
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