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Juggling HIV and Motherhood

In a new installment of This Positive Life, Tonya, an African-American woman, shares her story of being diagnosed with HIV in 2002 after her boyfriend tested positive, too. Tonya opens up about raising three teenage girls, the difficulties of taking her AIDS meds and trying to no be angry at her boyfriend, who passed away from AIDS in 2004, for infecting her. See the entire interview at TheBody.com.  

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