Sharing Burdens of Living With AIDS
Rogerio Bernardo slung a black satchel over his shoulder and waited by the roadside in the morning mist for a bush taxi. In dusty wingtips, frayed pants and a gray pinstripe suit coat so big it swallowed his slender frame, he looked like any peasant farmer dressed up for a trip to town.
In fact, Mr. Bernardo, who has AIDS, is in the vanguard of a promising new effort to reverse one of the most worrisome trends in treating the…


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Source: The New York Times, September 26, 2011