Go Toward the Light

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Penguin Group USA, Dec 1, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 237 pages
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Ben, a hemophiliac, was seven years old when he was diagnosed as having AIDS, which he contracted through a blood transfusion. This is Ben's story, told by his mother . . . a remarkable testament to love, hope, and courage in the face of tragedy.

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A native of Iraq who arrived in the United States at the age of twenty, Zainab Salbi is the founder and president of Women for Women International, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing women of war and civil unrest with the resources to become self-sufficient citizens and promote peace.
Laurie Becklund is an award-winning Los Angeles journalist and author. This is her third collaboration. A former "Los Angeles Times, /I> reporter, she wrote the first story about Salbi in 1991, when Salbi was a young woman stranded in America by the Gulf War.

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