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Why is cancer research important to me? Research is important to me because it provided the knowledge that resulted in my effective treatment. I was shocked and scared when I was diagnosed but I trusted the medical personnel who treated me to do the right thing. It worked and I am currently cancer free. I want to help ensure others have a similar positive outcome.
Just want to start by saying, Hello I'm Calvin Nokes from Alexandria. Va and I'm glad to be here well I was diagnosed hiv+ in Dec 8, 1988 a day I will never forget but by God's Grace I'm still here considered by many a long term survivor and I have lost a many friends and I'm still here I have had pneumonia several times and on July 2009 I was diagnosed with anal cancer and all I knew about this cancer was one of my favorite actresses died of this same cancer about a month before, She died on...
I find it very difficult to disclose my HIV status to my partner. We will use a condom for few months and they will insist that we must stop using it. And that will be the end of the relationship. I need some advices as I'm very lonely and miserable.