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My Fellow Americans: Carla Bailey, HIV Survivor

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My Fellow Americans: Carla Bailey, HIV Survivor

My Fellow Americans: Carla Bailey, HIV Survivor

My Fellow Americans: Carla Bailey, HIV Survivor

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Carla Bailey has been living with HIV since 1995. Steve Proffitt, NPR hide caption

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Day to Day senior producer Steve Proffitt profiles Carla Bailey, a woman who for the past 10 years has been living with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. Bailey is profiled as part of a special World AIDS Day edition of the occasional series "My Fellow Americans" — audio portraits that capture the quietly extraordinary lives of everyday people.

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