A House for Healing
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A House for Healing

When Leshelle Hicks came to Joseph's House, a D.C. hospice for people with HIV/AIDS and other terminal illnesses, her health was failing. Today, she believes the program saved her life. (Whitney Shefte/The Washington Post)

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