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Lincolnshire residents urged to show support on World Aids Day

02 Décembre 2018

75% of all people living with HIV knew their HIV status in 2017. Lungalang emphasised on the need to know the roots causing the deadly disease and also reminded the students about the state of Nagaland being the most infected in India.

Based on the latest data by UNAIDS 36.9 million people globally were living with HIV in 2017.

"We are applying the Mashwara initiative in a number of hospitals and health centers all over the Kingdom", it said. We want it to be as good in every community in Cumbria as it is in city centres such as London. "It's not over. Together we will get an end to this", he added. There is a more than 30 per cent reduction in AIDS related deaths since 2010 and people living with HIV are living longer, healthier lives thanks to the sustained access to antiretroviral therapy.

Dr Phillips explains what these results mean: "I'm delighted, there were concerns we wouldn't reach that outcome nationally, but we have, which is just brilliant". But this public act also signalled a shift in the global AIDS discourse.

He added: "I wanted to be able to stand here in this place and say to those who are living with HIV that their status does not define them".

Bruce Broughton, a Navy Veteran from Bloomington, has lived with HIV for 28 years, and he's feeling healthy. "Talking about that is really important". They are connected with healthcare providers to improve treatment uptake, and TCE Field Officers undertake follow-up services at the peoples homes. It is time to get real about HIV in our community and what we can do to prevent, accept and bring awareness to help those who are struggling in isolation. According to UNAIDS data released in 2018, South Africa had made vast progress in getting people to test for HIV in recent years and was now nearly meeting the first of the 90-90-90 targets, with 86 percent of people aware of their status.

Dwayne Seymour minister of health
Dwayne Seymour minister of health

Among them is Alex Smith, who set up the Davie Buyers Club in 2016 while working as a sexual health nurse in Canada after repeatedly seeing patients infected with HIV.

"There is some legal discrimination that still exists, for example if you are a pilot you can't get a full pilot's licence to fly a plane in this country".

"On this World AIDS Day, UNAIDS is campaigning for people to know their HIV status and their viral load".

A British member of parliament has given a deeply personal and arresting speech, disclosing his HIV positive status and calling on more funding for HIV prevention medication. I was 22 years old, and diagnosed early.

Dr Patrick Oyaro, a researcher at RCTP-Faces, an NGO that supports HIV research in western Kenya and Nyanza, said if one has HIV and stops taking treatment, the virus becomes resistant to the ARVs.

"Who would have dream of it?" I know the whole Labour Party is proud of him. "We can do that".

Lincolnshire residents urged to show support on World Aids Day