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Most creeps who despise people living with HIV are living with it but unawares because they are afraid to get tested. I swear to God if I ever get positive, I won’t be depressed or ashamed. Not when there are much scarier infections out there. V doesn’t define someone’s lifestyle or their future. Why should people living with the infection get severe restrictions on things that better their I Want You To Take Part In Shenanigans St Patrick’s Day Shirt lives? If they’re not putting people’s lives at risk, let them be. Come on, it’s HIV, not some ancient leprosy. Seamus Treatment is quite easy. In 95% of cases, it’s 1-3 tablets taken once a day. There have been two people presumed cured so far, but the method of cure isn’t suitable to be rolled out widely
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Kadir With effective treatment they can’t pass it on, so it’s better than flu. Without treatment, it does kill most people in 8-12 years. That’s why testing and treatment is important. Looking at the I Want You To Take Part In Shenanigans St Patrick’s Day Shirtcomments one here I can see exactly why he felt the need to raise awareness. Some people are stuck in the 1980s and have no idea about current medical treatments. Why on earth would being hiv positive stop him from flying? So strange. I am glad we are more educated as humans now and can put these stigmas where they belong
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