Publicado: Sol, Diciembre 02, 2018
Salud | Por Gertrudes Rodriquez

Lincolnshire residents urged to show support on World Aids Day

Lincolnshire residents urged to show support on World Aids Day

She added that December 1 was a day for remembering those who have lost their lives to Aids-related illnesses, as well as remembering to support those now living with HIV. "If treated, someone who is HIV-positive, like myself, can expect to live a long and full life with little to no side effects from the drugs regime".

Lloyd Russell-Moyle, 32, told his fellow lawmakers that he had been diagnosed HIV positive when he was aged 22. Still, approximately 9.4 million people do not know that they are living with HIV. "That my story might encourage others to get tested and ultimately begin their treatment earlier on".

"I hope that everyone can view the HIV/AIDS community in a correct way, and not discriminate against those with HIV/AIDS", emphasised Bai in his statement Friday.

On the stigma surrounding HIV, Russell-Moyle added: "Of course there are low level elements of stigma in every day life, in terms of just lack of knowledge, people reacting with guttural reaction".

"This campaign would help promote and facilitate HIV prevention, care, and treatment and reinforce people's willingness to participate in HIV interventions", Ndimubanzi said.

He stood down from the Commons at that year's general election.

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Chris Smith, a former Labour government minister who was the first openly gay British lawmaker, disclosed he was HIV positive in 2005. "You walk out feeling totally numb, with a million things going through your mind, and at the same time a sense of absolute nothingness". And I said, 'Actually, I don't think I'm ready to do this yet'.

More than half of respondents living with HIV reported negative or different treatment by health workers (52%).

"The observance of World AIDS Day is an annual reminder of the need to remain vigilant in our efforts to combat the HIV/AIDS pandemic, and also of the potential we have for further progress".

Earlier in April the chairwoman of HIV/AIDS department at the Health Ministry Parvin Afsar Kazerouni explained that some 36,571 were diagnosed with HIV virus up to late December 2017.

Knowing your HIV status also enables people to make informed decisions about HIV prevention options, including services to prevent children from becoming infected with HIV, male and female condoms, harm reduction services for people who inject drugs, voluntary medical male circumcision and pre-exposure and post-exposure prophylaxis.

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