I have no doubts about the seriousness of HIV, and the extent to which it will impact on every aspect of my life. I certainly don't tell colleagues, though. Then there are the emerging medical concerns, such as the excess rates of certain rare cancers that are now being seen in people with HIV. A tough diagnosis which you can live with. Andy, 37, works in IT. But even now I don't tell many people outside of work.
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Since the medical revolution that began in , Aids has become more and more like, say, cancer or hepatitis. My parents still don't know now - they wouldn't understand, there's so much misinformation in Jamaica. Retrieved from " https: The problems I now face are more generic - lots of people live with chronic and controllable illness; many people live in pain; financial insecurity is a fact of life for millions in the UK today. The problem with telling people is that you lose control a little, and there is always the danger that you become defined by your illness. I feel worn down by my 14 years with HIV. In , effective anti-HIV treatment became available; the following year came the Labour government of which Smith was part , which equalised the age of consent, repealed Section 28, gave gay people the right to serve in the military, employment rights, and most recently, civil partnerships.
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I was offered the chance to take the only available anti-HIV drug then available, AZT, but declined, preferring to save it for later. I had to move from a previous flat in south-east London due to harassment after the locals found out about my status. He was diagnosed in November last year When I found out, I told virtually everyone - I'd phoned two friends in California before I'd even got off the bus from the clinic. It seemed perverse and somehow unbalanced that I was telling these complete strangers on a one-night stand, yet kept it a secret from my best friends. To tell or not to tell?
Description:Angie, 37, works for Positively Women, a charity which works with women and families affected by HIV. Side-effects also loom large. Then there are the emerging medical concerns, such as the excess rates of certain rare cancers that are now being seen in people with HIV. He is a writer. Being honest, I no longer think that I will die prematurely of Aids, and believe the predictions of many leading HIV doctors that with appropriate treatment a person with HIV can expect to live a more or less normal life-span. Despite my running, the drugs pose a long-term risk to my cardiovascular health.