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Thorn, Paul
January 2007
Gay Times (09506101);Jan2007, Issue 340, p116
The article presents a personal narrative about the risks associated with the kind of life that suits a person in Great Britain. The key to a liberation is cited. The importance of making plans for an HIV-positive is emphasized. The achievements of the author in 2006 are detailed. The result of his planning and hard work is also discussed.


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