A Shred of Understanding

A Shred of Understanding

There are 1 comment on the POZ story from Jul 22, 2013, titled A Shred of Understanding. In it, POZ reports that:

An essay by Helen Cornman - an HIV-negative public health advocate with more than 20 years in the fight against AIDS - on why providers must transcend empathy.

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MARIAN

San Jose, CA

#1 Jul 22, 2013
HI My Name is MARIAN DUSS, I wish to share my testimonies with the general public about what this man called Dr Stephen of( [email protected] ] has just done for me , this man has just did what I thought nobody will ever do for me, i was HIV positive when one of my family friend introduce this man to me, I never believed that great DR LAWCY could do this, when I contacted him on this same issue on ground, he casted some spell for me and gave me some parcel to drink, now I am so happy to say that the virus I was having In my body have left me. All thanks to DR LAWCY. If you are out there passing through this same kind of problems you can contact him today on his mail ( [email protected] )
and he will also help you as well with his great spell caster, THANKS BE TO DR stephen ....

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