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Patients and staff gear up for Portland’s annual AIDS walk. Project Quest was founded 20 years ago in response to the AIDS crisis, but has since extended its compassionate reach beyond that one disease.

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A patient settles in for an osteopathy session at the Project Quest Integrative Health Center. Osteopathy—in which skilled physicians manipulate the body to improve posture or reduce neck and back pain—is just one of the complementary medicines offered by Project Quest.

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Shopping the silent auction at the Project Quest’s annual fundraising gala, Wonderquest, held at the Wonder Ballroom.

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Acupuncture is another one of the alternative therapies that Project Quest provides for the more than 2,000 people that visit it each year.

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Members of the Healing and Empowerment Program (HEP), which provides specialized support for cancer patients, show off their Healing Tapestry. The fiber-weaving and ceramics project, which took three months to make, was funded by a grant from the Regional Arts and Culture Council.

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