Living with HIV: Matthew's journey

I’ve been living with diagnosed HIV for 18 years. This is hardly a revelation as I’ve been blathering on about it publicly for the last five years or so.

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Author: Liam Murphy

I’ve found out I’m HIV-positive. What do I do now?

I have been living with HIV for more than ten years  and you might say I am a bit of an HIV old-timer.

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What is HIV undetectable? (HIV+U | U=U)

HIV Undetectable is a term used to describe someone who is living with HIV but on successful and effective treatment. Someone who is HIV Undetectable cannot pass on the virus through sex.

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Author: Liam Murphy

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