|Response not question
Jan 23, 2008
This is actually a response to a question that was asked in the forum, "as a newly diagnosed person what should I do next?" I have been an HIV prevention provider and diagnosed positive for many years. I have 2 suggestions which may help people find resources. 1. Find your local Ryan White CARE agency, they can connect you to both finacial and medical assitance or 2. check with your county health department for local resources. I make these suggestions as many small communities and rural areas do not have ASO's. However, all should have resources for connecting to Ryan White and/or medical services.
| Response from Dr. Young
Thanks for your post and sage comments.
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