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HIV positive


adj.
(of a person) diagnosed by a test as being infected with HIV.
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Recent developments in the management of HIV have made it possible for HIV positive people to marry each other or marry HIV negative people and still have healthy children.
And second, the community benefits because HIV positive people with undetectable viral loads rarely pass HIV to uninfected people.
Of the 641 HIV positive people, 11 per cent were homosexuals while 67 per ment were black Africans - two of the most affected groups across the country.
It is planning a series of fundraising events with the first a conference for HIV positive people, Positive Together, at the Museum of Liverpool tomorrow.
There are few studies that mention the role of health professionals in the reproductive sphere of HIV positive people, yet these are the people who usually play a significant role in the decision making process of HIV positive people [8].
UNSW Professor Sean Emery, the protocol chairperson of the study, known as ENCORE1 and Head of the Therapeutic and Vaccine Research Program at the Kirby Institute, said that this has the potential to affect the treatment of millions of HIV positive people.
The fact that only dozens HIV cases are registered in Batken, Talas, Naryn and Issyk-Kul regions does not mean they have few HIV positive people.
In many societies HIV positive people are rejected, verbally and physically abused and in some cases murdered.
HIV positive people face a lot of stigma from society and for a national press columnist to be expressing such stigmatising views whilst failing to find out the facts is damaging to the fight against HIV prejudice.
Charis Kaite, a researcher from the University of Nicosia, revealed to an audience at the Ledra Palace Hotel yesterday that 40 per cent of HIV positive people living in Cyprus were not accepted to jobs, 30 per cent were socially excluded and 30 per cent were rejected by family members.
The problem is that HIV positive people rarely admit it," she said.
In conclusion, HIV positive people are not bad people.