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Imagine having to tell your wife that you are bisexual and HIV positive. Journey with a successful architect, his wife and their three teenage daughters to learn how they survive and triumph. Race with this married couple to the New York Marathon and rejoice in their achievement as possibly the fastest couple in their age group. The author's message is simple: exercise, eat right, don't smoke, don't do drugs and don't drink. This story focuses on society's need to make effective medicine available to all AIDS sufferers.
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Richard M. Brodsky has been a practicing architect for the past twenty years. His hobbies are marathon running and more recently writing. But watch for a career change. Whether it's holding a pencil and T-square or penning his name to a book, Richard will be leaving his mark. And if two professions get stuck with him... nobody said these were the best of times. Richard lives with his wife and three daughters in Atlantic Beach, New York.Review:
HIV is no longer on the media's or public's radar screen. Perhaps this book will change that? -- Alan Caruba, Bookviews, March 2002
Intimate journey along another person's path through life as you become a family friend by the book's end. -- Barbara H. Peterson, Daily Republic, March 15, 2002
Intriguing. HIV positive, bisexual happily married man. You may find yourself envying this couple, the love they share. -- Amelia Frahm, Author of Tickle Tabatha's Cancer Tankerous Mommy, March 12, 2002
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Book Description Trebloon Pubns, 2002. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0971542309
Book Description Trebloon Pubns, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0971542309
Book Description Trebloon Pubns, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110971542309