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After Announcing She Was HIV Positive On Social Media, Here Is What People Said To Her

HIV is not only a livable condition now, but also preventable. 

Thankfully, HIV is no longer a death sentence. There is still no cure, but newer antiretroviral drugs have made HIV a survivable condition treatable with a single daily pill. Many people with HIV can expect to have a near-normal lifespan.

When she made her HIV status public, she posted a photo of herself on social media. She quickly received praises for reaching out to people. For many people, testing HIV positive means facing discrimination and social stigma.

This young lady has shown all those who are fearful or ashamed of their disease that there is nothing to fear or be ashamed of. Many others were inspired by her courage, as evidenced by the outpouring of love and support she received in the form of comments.

Many men inquired as to whether she was unmarried so that they may pay her a visit. Even if she lives with HIV, nothing should stop them from leading a normal life. In any case, it is possible to live a regular life and even have a family l.

Because of people like this girl who come out and openly admit to having HIV, society has changed its attitude toward those who carry the virus. This does not imply that everyone should go to the movies, but seeing it with your family can be really beneficial.

A positive HIV diagnosis is not something to be taken lightly, but with modern treatments, the diagnosis is no longer a death sentence. 

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