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My Life with AIDS, Tragedy to Triumph

by Catherine Wyatt-Morley

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On March 28, 1994, I entered the waiting room of a Nashville hospital.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0985709332, Paperback)

Three-time author Catherine Wyatt-Morley was diagnosed with HIV in 1994. Instead of giving power to this disease and letting it overtake her life, she took charge and learned all she could about the illness. Today, Catherine is a leading advocate among women with HIV/AIDS. This book is about Wyatt-Morley’s journey and the people she has met along the way. This book describes the tragedies that have been visited upon the author. And this book shares the stunning triumphs which Catherine is blessed to be part of.

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