An HIV diagnosis was once a death senten

Posted on November 3, 2015


An HIV diagnosis was once a death sentence, but that is no longer the case for those of us who stay healthy. In fact, the average HIV-positive person today is expected to live to be nearly 80, roughly on par with the general population.

Carribelle Taylor has her whole life ahead of her… yet she struggles to find a way to continue being strong, even though she was diagnosed with having HIV.

Learn more about Carribelle in the soon to be released book, “Three Letter Words” written by Twinzz.

Support the campaign to turn this book into a reality.

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