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When Did You Start HIV Meds? Stories Spanning Several Decades

April 22, 2013

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Fogcityjohn

Fogcityjohn, San Francisco; Diagnosed in 2004

I tend to be somewhat indecisive by nature. When making any kind of important decision, I try my best to gather all of the relevant facts so that the final decision I make will be a well-informed one. As a lawyer, I can usually see -- and argue -- all sides of an issue. In my work life, this isn't a bad thing. In fact, it's a necessary skill. ...

Given my personality and professional background, it probably won't surprise you that I had a very tough time deciding whether or not I should start antiretroviral medication.

Read fogcityjohn's full story of starting HIV treatment.




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