Lorraine explains if she has any fears about her HIV diagnosis.
Lorraine explains if it is possible for a woman to infect a man with HIV/AIDS.
Lorraine describes how HIV and AIDS differ from one another.
Lorraine describes if HIV treatments are available for those who become infected.
Lorraine describes if her intimate life has been affected by her HIV diagnosis.
Lorraine recalls the many medical conditions she has been infected by because of HIV.
Lorraine describes how a woman's menstrual cycle is affected after she is diagnosed with HIV.
Lorraine recalls the best advice someone has shared with her since her HIV diagnosis.
Lorraine introduces herself and describes what motivates her to advocate for families coping with HIV.
Lorraine explains what an HIV/AIDS positive individual looks like.
Lorraine explains how communicating with women living with HIV has helped her cope with her diagnosis.
Lorraine provides advice for women who are newly diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.
Lorraine discusses why it is important for women to regularly test themselves for HIV/AIDS.
Lorraine describes if it is common for women with sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) to become infected with HIV/AIDS.
Lorraine explains if it is necessary for a woman to notify her health insurance company if she becomes infected with HIV/AIDS.
Lorraine explains how long a woman should wait to be tested after a possible HIV/AIDS contraction.