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First-Person Stories From HIV-Positive People: June 2008

June 3, 2008

First-Person Stories From HIV-Positive People

Oliver: Learning to Adhere to HIV Meds
Oliver is 48 years old and has been living with HIV for more than 20 years. He lives in the eastern United States, where he works as an HIV educator. To e-mail Oliver, click here.
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Since its founding in 2000, The Positive Project has collected more than 100 first-person stories told by people infected or affected by HIV/AIDS. These stories are used to reduce stigma, raise awareness, promote prevention, encourage testing and enhance care.

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Learning to Adhere to HIV Meds
Oliver, 48, HIV positive for more than 20 years.

Coping With Discrimination and Stigma
Dillon, 15, HIV positive since birth.

Living in a Mixed-Status Relationship
Yvette, 36, HIV positive for more than 15 years.

Advice for Newly Diagnosed People
Jeromy, 30, HIV positive for 8 years.
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