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The POZ 100: Celebrating Long-Term Survivors

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Ross

I have been HIV+ since 1985, and I have seen a lot of sadness over the years. I think it's deplorable that someone would blackmail a person living with HIV for monetary gains. Such is the case of Charlie Sheen. Shame on those persons.... Thanks

November 19, 2015 St. Louis

Scott McDavitt

I tested positive May 27 1993,1 week before my 21st birthday!I remember my t-cell count was 45,taking 32 pills a day,now I've been undetectable for 12 years,taking 1 pill!Don't give up the fight!!

November 18, 2015 Nashua NH

Ann Akar

Whatever it gives or takes to "EMPOWER HEALTH & WELFARE & QUALITY OF LIFE FOR ALL HIV+/AIDS!".( FINDING A CURE BEFORE ITS TOO LATE IS EVERYTHING!).

November 18, 2015 N HOLLYWOOD

Ann Akar

What a 'GREAT INSPIRATION HIV ADVOCATES/PERSONS ARE TO ME IN BEING LONG-TERM SURVIVORS ETC. (WE WILL FIND A CURE IF WE DON'T GIVE UP THE FIGHT!...).

November 18, 2015 N HOLLYWOOD

Phillip Ramsey

I have been positive and a survivor since 1988. I still have undetectable Lab results! I am 69 years of age.

November 18, 2015 Panama City

Mishma

How about we reward their commitment and good fortune by curing this dreaded disease?

November 18, 2015 Salt Lake City

Mark French

Thank you for thr article! Being a longtime survivor i tested positive on March 21st 1988 and this info needs to be shared in some all of the poz groups on Facebook!!

November 16, 2015 Chester PA.

Garth Wong

I am one of the long term survivors. At diagnosis, I was suffering with PCP, CMV retinitis and the MAC virus. I was able to access the proteqase inhibiters as a trial and became undeteectale, but still suffer from the side effects of multiple infectins and early drug side effcet damage. Thnaks to the scientists who made the new drugs available!

November 16, 2015 Brisbane, Australia

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