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HIV Disclosure Can Help Slow Infection Rates Globally

07-09-2019 02:47 PM CET | Leisure, Entertainment, Miscellaneous

Press release from: Construction EMarketing

After being diagnosed HIV positive, sharing a positive HIV status with sexual partners is not easy. In fact, the Center of Disease Control reported that in 2017, there were 38,000 new HIV positive diagnosis. Globally, these numbers are soaring.
In an effort to promote HIV disclosure as a prevention method; Bradley Fowler, long-time HIV positive survivor and Certified HIV Educator and Counselor through the Michigan Department of Community Health Division of Health Wellness and Disease Control and the Detroit Health Department HIV/AIDS Programs, hopes to encourage others to relinquish their fear of disclosing.

As a result, he has utilized his HIV counseling training and experience living with HIV, to author two compelling interesting resources filled with knowledge, thought-evoking inspirational short-stories, to help encourage HIV disclosure as a methodology to combat the spread of HIV globally.
His first book titled-HIV Disclosure with Sexual Partners, has become a discussion topic self-help book, enabling anyone living with HIV to gain the courage to effectively share their truth with sexual partners without fear.

Infused with ideas on how to approach disclosure with a sexual partner, and resources that connects anyone living with HIV to others living with HIV, for one-on-one relationships, groups, and counseling.
His second book titled-How to Share the Truth…A Compelling Look at How To Share Your HIV Status with Sexual Partners, delivers a guide of wisdom and strength; evoking readers to take a serious look at this pandemic and relinquish their fear of disclosure. Readers will also gain legal clarity on some of the disclosure laws and how they impact the lives of those living with HIV. There is also information to evoke a serious examination of the world we reside in, and how political approaches to HIV infection rates and/or, proposed methods to deter the growth of infection rates, differs, globally.
Bradley has been HIV positive for 12 years, and currently is undetectable with the help of Genvoya, a one-a-day pill, and Marinol. His daily efforts to avoid stress and eat properly helps him maintain a strong immune system. Bradley hopes to encourage someone else to be respectful for the life of another and help stop them from infecting someone, who places trust in them.

To look inside each book, click the following links:
https://amzn.to/2LHJCDP

https://amzn.to/2Jo0JJq

Both books are available on Amazon.com and available for global purchasing and shipping.

Bradley Fowler is available for public speaking engagements on HIV disclosure. To contact him for a public speaking event, email: info@constructionemarketing.biz, be sure to enclose: HIV disclosure public speaking invitation, in the subject box.

Taking a sincere approach to education about HIV disclosure is the best approach to decreasing the spread of HIV. Please help save another life; support HIV disclosure.

About the Author:
Bradley Fowler completed training for HIV Counseling and Community Health Outreach with the Michigan Department of Community Health in 2001 & 2007. He is an active advocate for HIV disclosure, and recipient of the Bristol Myers Squibb 5 Heroes of 5 Year Merit Award. He has also been awarded the POZ Life Forums HIV 101, PK & You and HIV Drug Resistance workshop certification and took an active role in the Objective Review Committee Training for Consumers, sponsored by the HIV/AIDS Bureau of the Health Resources & Service Administration and The National Pediatric & Family HIV Resource Center at the University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey. Bradley earned a Paralegal Certification from U.S. Career Institute in 2011, a Cum Laude Honor Bachelor of Arts in EMarketing from Ashford University Forbes School of Business & Technology in 2015, a Summa Cum Laude Honor Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology from Ashford University College of Education in 2016, and a Summa Cum Laude Honor Master of Science in Cybersecurity from Bellevue University College of Science & Technology in 2018. Currently, he is a candidate for a Doctor of Education in Education Administration at California Coast University

Construction EMarketing
P.O. Box 871631
Canton, MI 48187
734-680-5370
email: info@constructionemarketing.biz
Contact: LaShawn Fowler

Construction EMarketing delivers electronic marketing services that includes email marketing, Blog content development, SEO, Web site maintenance and content management, instructional design, and Cybersecurity policy development. Owned by Bradley Fowler, who has been rendering quality eMarketing services since 2015.

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