A psychiatrist attempts to stay positive while facing her parents' and loved ones' premature deaths—ever reminding us that hope springs eternal.
Mary E. Woesner, MD
Now, when I think back O.P's plight and isolation, I marvel that he could remain standing. He reminds me of many other courageous young men—the writer, the newly graduated physician, and all the others whom I treated and who died of AIDS. He also reminds me of the vibrant gay community that was destroyed by a microscopic retrovirus.