Best Place For People With HIV To Live
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Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesHIV is not known to be transmitted to you when your body has contact with the environment. HIV is only known to be transmitted to adults through sex or blood contact (primarily needle-sharing). There are multiple reasons for this, one being that HIV... Read more »
Harvard Medical SchoolHIV is a chronic disease that requires regular treatment on an ongoing basis. Therefore, while it's possible to travel half way around the world to get an opinion, I'm not sure if it's the best option. I think that you would be... Read more »
Member, City of NY Bar Association Committee on AIDSDear Writer, Thank you for writing in. What happened to you sounds upsetting not just because you injured yourself but also because you fear that you exposed a co-worker to HIV. It is important to know that over 30 states and US territories have... Read more »
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Posted by TonyBakerOK, 9 RepliesHello.
I have been positive since 2005, and have lived in Tennessee, Texas, California and Currently Oklahoma.
It seems like every state is different when it comes to HIV services and Ryan White stuff.
I just moved HOME to Oklahoma and I am miserable,... Read more »
Posted by christo, 1 ReplyI am newly diagnosed and am just seeking a state with progressive doctors/treatment possibilities and outlets like support groups and other outlets. I spoke with a state worker in North Carolina and she told me to have that as my last option if... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI am a 43 yo black male living in NYC, and I was diagnosed with HIV 4 years ago when I was hospitalized with PCP. While in the hospital, one of the doctors came to evaluate me for CMV while a co-worker and my lanlord were visiting me and he... Read more »
Posted by clr100On March first I launched Volunteer Positive, the first international volunteer service organization for people living with HIV. I will be taking HIV affected and infected people to serve internationally and connecting them with parallel HIV... Read more »
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