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Getting to Undetectable: People Living With HIV Share Their Stories

April 12, 2013


Meta Smith

Meta Smith

Baton Rouge, La.; Diagnosed in 2001

At the time I was told I was HIV positive, I was placed on meds and did not have any idea how being undetectable would help me. When I had been on the meds for at least three months I returned to the doctor after lab work and was told I was undetectable. I knew I was feeling better after the meds; but after being told what undetectable was and how it would affect my life, I need to say I was on TOP OF THE WORLD and have stayed that way since then. It meant the world to me and changed my life, for the better. I got busy living.

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