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WATCH: Long Term Survivors of HIV/AIDS Speak Up About Their Legacy

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Bob S

I’m celebrating my 34th year being HIV+. I’ve lived over half my life positive and tomorrow celebrate my 61st birthday. What a journey it has been. Never in my wildest dreams did I think I would or could live this long. The future is uncertain but I’m ready to face it head on!

June 7, 2018 Seattle

will-I-am

Do all these people consider themselves activists and heroes? No real talk about the pain, misery, and down side to existing as an outcast, and guinea pig for big pharma to make billions on poison meds that destroy your body while attempting to hold the virus in check. Yes I am a LTS also since 1986 and I know what this life is like, it sucks, and there are no heroes.

June 5, 2018 Florida

ErSwnn

Been at this for 35 years know, knowing about it for 28. I raised 5 kids mostly by myself, worked part time construction, attended college, sat on the Phila. HIV Commission for several years, worked for an ASO and have well over 100 prevention and awareness presentations logged. Evil attacked me, I attacked back. Gave a good example to my kids, ya gotta fight back sometimes, and ya gotta live all the time. All grown now, the lessons took nicely.

June 5, 2018 Wiscinsin

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