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Matthew Hodson Aug 8
I’ve been living with diagnosed since I was 31. Without effective treatment I probably wouldn’t have made it into my 40s. Today I turn 52. HIV has changed. Tell everyone.
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Greg Owen Aug 12
Today is 4 years since my diagnosis. This might be my last tweet to mark the occasion. I quite often forget about living with HIV. That’s quite a feat considering I work in sexual health and HIV prevention. To the newbies - it gets easier & it gets better. Peace out ✌️
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Rick Guasco Aug 11
Sunday breakfast with my friend Steve—three scrambled eggs, bacon, fruit cup—and my medication.
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Murray Penner Aug 10
I was 25 when diagnosed w/ (1986). I fortunately survived when many others didn't. I made it to HAART, w/out which I wouldn't be celebrating my 58th BD today. 🙏🏻. My friend said this yesterday on his BD: HIV has changed. Tell everyone! ❤️
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Matthew Hodson Aug 10
52 years old (just!). Diagnosed for 21 years. Undetectable. Untransmittable. Shameless. 🌈💪
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LotusOak 8h
Dr. Luc Montagnier, Nobel Prize winner for discovery of , takes seriously
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Matthew Hodson 11h
Me: 52 years old & . Them (head tilted to the side for sympathy): I hope you’re ‘okay’. Me:
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KIMPOI. 😏💪🏻👌🏻😉 Aug 15
Wanna learn about ? PrEP is a daily pill that helps prevent Infection. For more details, you may send me a DM and I’ll be more than happy to assist you.
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Adriaan van Klinken Aug 12
This photo is 3 years old. I asked my partner to do a photoshoot, a week after I was diagnosed with , as a way to claim my body. It was difficult but I was strong then, and still am. Here's to !
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World Health Organization (WHO) Aug 15
/AIDS remains one of the 🌍's most significant public health challenges, particularly in low- & middle-income countries. Almost 38 MILLION people are living with 🌏🌎🌍. 1.7 MILLION of these are children. 👧🏿👦🏻🧒🏽👧🏼👦🏾👧🏽
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CHUK Aug 16
With Global Fund Continious Support Free Hiv Generation is not only a dream to come true in Rwanda but also will make + a history in the future
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World Health Organization (WHO) Aug 15
Replying to @WHO
Key ways to prevent transmission: 1⃣ Safe sex (using condoms) 2⃣ Get tested and treated for sexually transmitted infections 3⃣ Avoid injecting drugs. If you do, always use sterile 💉 4⃣ Ensure that any blood (products) that you might need are tested for HIV
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AIDSinfo Aug 15
Do you want to learn more about ? Check out ’s infographics!
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MSD Aug 15
In sub-Saharan Africa, young women ages 15–24 are twice as likely to be living with than men. We’re committed to addressing unmet needs for women globally.
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Bhekisisa 14h
[WATCH] @Phumlani_Kango and others explain why men in South Africa are choosing the prevention pill.
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Matthew Halse 8h
Community day kicks off with a call to : anything less than $925 million to the is a regression in the fight against HIV. Canada has the means to be a leader; together we can end . 🇨🇦 🏳️‍🌈
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Marc Thompson Aug 16
Love getting this text from . I remember when I had to visit clinic every 2months, then wait 2weeks for the results followed by a 30 minute consultation with my clinician. is sometimes no walk in the park, but these days (for me at least) it’s a leisurely stroll
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Zenzele_TFIO 13h
There is a risk of mother-to-child transmission where a woman can pass to the baby during the pregnancy, childbirth or breastfeeding. However, with PMTCT interventions this can be avoided. Read more from .
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Damas Kabakambira 17h
It was such an honor to host the Congressmen. Grateful for the support in the fight against .
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PrEP Demand Ghana 8h
According to a published study, PrEP is as safe as daily aspirin. It’s also up to 99% effective at preventing . Learn more here 👇👇👇
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