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I did not think it was HIV because I had tested negative in February 1988, even though I had since engaged in unprotected sex.
I felt it was likely leukemia, another possible cause.
After discussing HIV/AIDS risks, and before participating in unprotected sex, the person I was dating told me they were not infected, so I believed there was nothing to worry about. Small blood blisters would appear, last a few days and disappear, only to repeat days later. I began to investigate my weird rash, finding a medical book to see if I could determine the cause.
After some time, I came across a condition called idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP), a bleeding disorder in which the immune system destroys blood platelets, which could be caused by a number of things, one of which was HIV.
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However, when a 3 On Your Side viewer went looking for a match on Black People she saw a familiar face. He did respond when asked if he was knowingly spreading it. This man is still out here trying to be with other women. Kim Daugherty is with Friends For Life, an HIV and AIDS support group.
He's not wonderful at all," said the woman who said Carr infected her.
That woman believes there are more victims out there now she's even more convinced. The On Your Side Investigators asked him about it during a recent court appearance.
Dating websites are a chance to meet someone new and someone to date. Carr is a Memphis minister charged with spreading the virus that causes AIDS. We asked if he was HIV positive and he responded he'd rather not answer that question.