He enjoys spreading positivity to others every day.
He shared a photo of his HIV-negative family on Facebook to combat stigma.
His biggest regret is "Not telling myself I was OK when I first realized I was gay."
She tells those living with the virus that HIV is not the end, but the beginning of a new chapter.
He became involved with HIV/AIDS work in 1985 as a buddy volunteer.
She is undetectable, drug-free and works in harm reduction as a peer educator.
She helps others living with HIV as a peer navigator at Christie's Place.
She sings in a rock band and recently did a television documentary about growing up with AIDS.
HIV changed his view of the world and he isn't going to take it for granted this time.
His HIV diagnosis set off a chain of life-changing decisions.
Some days he is fatigued but he walks daily and tries to remain optimistic.
He would like to create a community for people living with HIV and hemophilia.
She's a grandmother of seven and is going to college for a master's in social work.
Robert Seth Vorisek
This long-term survivor's motto is Live! Live! Live!
He's looking forward to what life has in store for him in the years to come.