Évaluation - Question 11-1
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Évaluation - Question 11-1

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    Kagoya J.
    UG
    Kagoya J.

    Sharing or disclosing your HIV-positive diagnosis Sharing-diagnosis-1st-choice.jpg Couple holding hands If you are worried about telling people that you have HIV, you’re not alone. For many people living with HIV, particularly when they have just been diagnosed, telling other people is one of their main concerns.1 2 Sharing the news of your diagnosis (also called disclosure) with your partner, a close friend or family member and talking about your feelings can be really helpful, and your friends and family may be a good source of support. Unfortunately, in many communities, there is stigma attached to HIV, and it may be that some of the people you know do not really understand what it means to have HIV. They may not understand how it is passed on, be afraid, or judgmental. It is up to you to decide who you tell. You may find it helpful to talk to a healthcare professional, or a peer support group, first. Who should I tell? It’s up to you to decide who you tell. You may decide you want to be completely open about your HIV status, or you may decide to only tell a small number of people close to you – it’s your choice.

    Hafsah D.
    NG
    Hafsah D.

    Can hiv and aids affects livestock,or crop

    GREG S.
    US
    GREG S.

    Will they ever make an aids vaccine?

    THELMA E.
    US
    THELMA E.

    Why cant dialysis help "cure" AIDS or HIV? Isn't dialysis like a filtration method for a person's blood? If the blood is "filtered" then wouldn't the disease be able to be removed from the person's body?

    Blue B.
    AU
    Blue B.

    How can I reduce my risk of getting HIV?

    Blue B.
    AU
    Blue B.

    What is antiretroviral therapy?

    Benjamin M.
    US
    Benjamin M.

    can hiv affect crop?

    Thelma W.
    US
    Thelma W.

    If an aids vaccine is made.. will it b given time all aids patients.. or just the ones who can afford it?

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