Archive: HIV/AIDS, Maureen McTeer

More To Life

We're going to take a look at how we're doing in the fight against HIV and AIDS. The good news is that thanks to effective drug therapies people are living longer and feeling good - when they can get the drugs of course. The bad news is the success of these treatments has made some people complacent. So are we progressing in the battle against HIV/AIDS? And what is the picture both here and abroad? We get some insight today from our panel. Dr. Gordon Arbess is a primary care physician specializing in the treatment of HIV/AIDS at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto. Karina Wulf is a registered nurse with Casey House, an AIDS hospice in Toronto. And Kim Johnson is with the Toronto People Living with AIDS Foundation. She's HIV positive. How can I sum up my next guest in just a few words? Over the course of her life Maureen McTeer has been a lawyer, a noted feminist, an author, a university lecturer, a political candidate, a mother, and wife - to the Right Honorable Joe Clark. And she has been the first lady of this nation. She's finally written about her exciting life in her new book "Maureen McTeer: In My Own Name, A Memoir".
Dec 02, 2003
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