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Getting to Undetectable: People Living With HIV Share Their Stories

April 12, 2013

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Bernadette Berzoza

Bernadette Berzoza

Denver, Colo.; Diagnosed in 1989

Over the past few years I have really fought and struggled to get my viral load down. It's been 23 years that I have been positive, and in the beginning it was just keeping your T cells up. Then the viral load was added. I was so freaked out when they told me my viral load was in the millions and we needed to change my meds to get it to undetectable. I did what was recommended but it wasn't working for me as they thought it would.

Read Bernadette's full story of getting her viral load down after many years.






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