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TEDxEuston - Winnie Ssanyu-Sseruma - "Why It means so much for me to be alive"

In this beautiful story of life and hope, find out why Winnie has not shut up since she experienced her "Lazarus effect". Her talk challenges our societies, living in denial and avoiding discussing the difficult issues with our own families to wake up and smell the coffee, imploring us to do more to celebrate those that are lucky to be still living with HIV and to keep advocating for treatmet, prevention and possible...a cure!Winnie currently works as African services manager for Positive East and was one of the first people from the African community in the UK to have the courage go public with her HIV status. After discovering she was HIV positive, Winnie now spends her time volunteering; writing, researching and speaking about issues affecting HIV positive Africans. Winnie is chair of the African HIV Policy Network (AHPN) and trustee of National Aids Trust (NAT).
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