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Getting to Undetectable: People Living With HIV Share Their Stories

April 12, 2013

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Melissa Baker

Melissa Baker

Mechanicsville, Va.; Diagnosed in 2007

I was diagnosed August 2007. By January 2009, I made the count-dependent decision to start meds. It took me longer than three months to become undetectable. If it had taken me any longer my provider was going to change my regimen, fearing a possible resistance. The day I heard "undetectable" finally came before he had to, and my virus has remained undetectable since. :) I was ELATED!






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