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    I Hate to Tell You, but I Have HIV

    December 4, 2009

    Canton, MI- In an effort to gain control over the spread of HIV both globally and nationally, one Michigan author decided to tell the world he is HIV positive. By doing so, he believes he will encourage everyone else living with HIV or AIDS to begin talking about their diagnosis.

    Today, more than one million people are living with HIV or AIDS in America. Globally, 33.5 million people are living with HIV or AIDS. So why does this author think he has what it takes to decrease the number of those being infected? He says, “The number of those being infected continues to increase because those who are infected are not being honest and telling people they are infected.”

    Nationally, new laws have been implemented to discourage the spread of the HIV and AIDS, but such laws have not deterred the number of those being infected. Therefore, author Bradley Fowler is proposing a new approach; one he believes will not only deter those living with HIV or AIDS from continuing to indulge sexually without sharing their diagnosis, but will guarantee a national campaign for HIV disclosure and possibly harsher penalties.

    The author admits he tested positive for the HIV virus more than ten years ago. Humbly he admits his sexual life has diminished drastically.

    “I think everyone infected with HIV or AIDS needs to share their diagnosis with the nation, not just celebrities. After all, no one can become infected unless they are involved with someone who is infected.” He says. “I was infected by someone I trusted.”

    The author shares a very interesting testimony in his new book I Tested HIV Positive…How Do I Talk About…Encouraging ideas on how to talk about your HIV diagnosis. You can obtain more about this book at.

    With African-American women accounting for 48% of those mostly infected in the African-American community, it’s quite difficult to say those women were infected by gay men. In fact, most women are being infected by men who sleep with men, but proclaim not to be gay. Unfortunately, within the African-American community, the issue of HIV and AIDS is still shunned. And the result of such ignorance is affecting the community at large- severely.

    As a full time student at Florida Tech University and small business owner, Bradley admits his schedule is congested, but says he is managing; holding a 3.0 GPA. The author, now 41, returned to college with aspiration to complete a degree program that would empower him to tackle the HIV epidemic through a non-profit corporation he is anxious to launch in Jan. 2010. He neglected to provide many details regarding his business endeavor, but admits establishing this non-profit organization will definitely make a serious impact in the HIV/AIDS community both nationally and globally.

    His training with the Michigan Department of Community Health in HIV Counseling and Peer Educator training with Agouron Pharmaceuticals, Inc, helped him gain the knowledge to become an advocate in the HIV community. While working at Detroit Community Health Inc. a community based non-profit clinic, as a HIV educator and counselor, Bradley says, “I grew depressed watching my clients die, and felt it was best to step away from the HIV/AIDS community for awhile to get myself together.”

    Now, Bradley returns to the HIV/AIDS community with a personal mission; one he believes must be top priority, not only on his agenda, but every community health and HIV/AIDS organization; if decreasing the number of those being infected is ever to be accomplished. You can read more by logging on to his blog spot at

    About the author: Bradley Fowler is a Michigan resident who has been living with HIV for more than ten years. His training in the HIV field began with the Michigan Department of Community Health, where he became a trained state certified HIV Educator and Counselor. Even more interesting, he gained his Peer Educator training with Agouron Pharmaceutical Inc, and became an active member of both the Objective Review Committee for HIV Consumers sponsored by the HIV/AIDS Bureau of Health Resources & Service Administrative and the National Pediatric & Family HIV Resource Center at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, and the I Stand With Magic Johnson Organization. Bradley is also training in HIV 101 with Poz Life Forums, and has recently renewed his HIV counseling certification.

    Press Contact:

    Positive Light for Positive Living
    C/o LaShawn Fowler
    51074 Mott Rd.
    Canton, MI. 48188


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