The Nashvillian is sending a lucky reader and a friend to a World AIDS Day special event on December 1, 2022, at 7:00 AM for breakfast and an inspirational morning at the Country Music Hall of Fame.
One week before Christmas in 1984, Jeanne White-Ginder was told that her son Ryan, a hemophiliac, had contracted AIDS from a blood transfusion. Although the doctors gave him only six months to live, Ryan's outlook was positive, and he was determined to live a relatively normal life. Jeanne has chosen to spend World AIDS Day in Nashville speaking at our breakfast sharing her son's story and how his bravery has literally helped save millions of lives around the world.
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