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Tips on Dealing With an HIV/AIDS Diagnosis

 9/27 

Paul Cotten

Paul Cotten, Transitions Project, Center for AIDS Prevention Studies, San Francisco

There are a lot of factors, but all things being equal: If HIV-positive people respond well to HIV medication and can adhere to medication -- and other issues in their lives, which may be more pressing, can be dealt with (for example: Are they employed? Do they have a support system?) -- I think they're going to live long, full, healthy lives. It's not the death sentence that, even nowadays, people still tend to think that it is. I know lots of people who have lived many, many, many years with HIV and are doing fine and doing very well.

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