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Author Topic: 3 portraits of people living with hiv  (Read 1375 times)

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Offline zeb

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3 portraits of people living with hiv
« on: June 27, 2007, 07:09:02 PM »
Here's a link to a Dutch program that show us the lives o 3 perons with hiv. It's mainly Dutch (but also a woman that speaks some Emglish) but it gives a pretty good idea (even if you don't speak Dutch) of how they are doing.

http://player.omroep.nl/?aflID=4913288&md5=9eb53fd205bea7ba500937f295248792

greet
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« Last Edit: June 28, 2007, 03:33:18 PM by zeb »

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Re: 3 portraits of people living with hiv
« Reply #1 on: June 28, 2007, 04:26:58 AM »
Thank you so much for this Zeb

it really made me cry... Sylvia is a friend of mine and her work is amazing. The first guy, he is a patient at my hospital too. Dr Springer is the head of my ward.

BTW this week there was another poz guy on "Hart van Nederland", he was walking on the streets dressed in a yellow coat like those people that collect money and just telling people that he is positive and testing their knowledge on HIV and interacting with them. He asked two young women what the percentage of pos people in Netherlands is, they said 15%! He had to tell them it was less than 1%...

Thanks again, it was amazing.
"If you keep one foot in yesterday, and one in tomorrow, you piss all over today". Betty Tacy

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Re: 3 portraits of people living with hiv
« Reply #2 on: June 28, 2007, 03:25:21 PM »
Hi Dragonette,

Well I know Stoffer, the first guy, from the chat. He's a long term survivor and he's a really nice guy. He was really very supportive and he's very sharp on what the Dutch HIV community is going through at this moment.

A friend of mine has had a talk with the cyclist, Frank Groenendaal. She said that he's very sympathic and what you didn't see in the program but what he really believes is that with this virus we will grow old. What she also told me is that he's also still participating in cylcling matches and he refuses to cycle against veterans. Actually he often wins matches against younger cyclists! This guy is really an example of living in an optimistic way!

Well Sylvia I don't know personally. But I have a deep respect for the good work what she's doing. She really has turned her competences into doing good for other people like refugees! What a warm and strong woman!

take care! (by the way we should drink coffee some time. According to American standards we're neighbours!)

Zeb

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Re: 3 portraits of people living with hiv
« Reply #3 on: June 28, 2007, 04:20:10 PM »
Hi Dragonette,

Well I know Stoffer, the first guy, from the chat. He's a long term survivor and he's a really nice guy. He was really very supportive and he's very sharp on what the Dutch HIV community is going through at this moment.

A friend of mine has had a talk with the cyclist, Frank Groenendaal. She said that he's very sympathic and what you didn't see in the program but what he really believes is that with this virus we will grow old. What she also told me is that he's also still participating in cylcling matches and he refuses to cycle against veterans. Actually he often wins matches against younger cyclists! This guy is really an example of living in an optimistic way!

Well Sylvia I don't know personally. But I have a deep respect for the good work what she's doing. She really has turned her competences into doing good for other people like refugees! What a warm and strong woman!

take care! (by the way we should drink coffee some time. According to American standards we're neighbours!)

Zeb
"If you keep one foot in yesterday, and one in tomorrow, you piss all over today". Betty Tacy

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Re: 3 portraits of people living with hiv
« Reply #4 on: June 28, 2007, 04:26:22 PM »
definately! I am not often in the randstadt but I will tell you when I am, would like to meet Sylvia again too the only time I met her was here, beleive it or not it is over a year since I went to A'dam! Please pass my regards to Stoffer hope to meet him one day. Maybe with you??? You are welcome up here anytime!
"If you keep one foot in yesterday, and one in tomorrow, you piss all over today". Betty Tacy

 


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