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Living Well, Staying Healthy
Special Issue: Positive? How Are You Feeling?

Managing HIV disease is not just about anti-HIV drugs, viral load tests, and CD4+ cell counts. It's a large picture that includes many parts of life!

This booklet talks a lot about emotional and physical health. Spiritual and sexual health are important areas, too. So are the health of our families and communities.

In terms of making treatment decisions, Project Inform has information that can help keep you informed about new therapies and strategies to treat HIV and symptoms related to it. This is true regardless of your CD4+ cell count, viral load, and general health. We're here to help when you need us.

Remember, you can impact your own health. What you do today will make a difference tomorrow. What's most important is that you develop a strategy to manage HIV that feels good for you, fits your lifestyle, and is in line with your choices. There's only one right way to manage your HIV infection: Your way.


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