Tiko Kerr gives painting to doctor who saved his life

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      Back in 2005 when Health Canada wouldn't license some experimental HIV treatments, Dr. Julio Montaner probably never expected he would ever receive a painting from Tiko Kerr, who was dying of advanced HIV infection.

      However, Montaner succeeded with a noisy campaign to get the drugs approved. They ended up saving Kerr's life. And four years later at St. Paul's Hospital, Kerr offered thanks by presenting a painting to Montaner in appreciation of his efforts.

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      Beth

      Nov 8, 2009 at 4:29pm

      Nice story. Thank you for posting it. Wishing both men good health and happy lives.
      Beth

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