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Author Topic: Can I make a quilt panel for someone who suffered from AIDs but died otherwise?  (Read 1294 times)

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Offline eldaromer

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Offline CallMeSid

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I realize that you posted a couple of months ago, so this reply is getting to you late, but I just thought I'd post this link to the Names Project (the organization behind the making of the quilt):

http://www.aidsquilt.org/make-a-panel/step-by-step-instructions

At the bottom of this page, they post this open invitation for questsions and provide an e-mail address and phone number for a couple of contacts:

Questions?
“The only dumb question is the question you have but never ask!” Email us at panels@aidsquilt.org or call Roddy Williams, Panel Maker Relations, or Gert McMullin, Production Manager, at 404.688.5500.
07/2006 HIV-negative
06/2007 HIV-positive
07/2007 CD4: 795 (40%), VL: <50
09/2007 CD4: 629 (43%), VL: 895  (~2 weeks after measles/mumps/rubella booster)
12/2007 CD4: 854 (45%), VL: <50
03/2008 CD4: 880 (45%), VL: 151
12/2008 CD4: 943 (46%), VL: 116
05/2009 CD4: 865 (44%)  VL: 107

 


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