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TxtHIV to 8504 Campaign

Globe HIV Launch

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Andrew’s Life Simply Don’t End After Having the Virus

Mahalaga na matanggap ko ang aking kalagayan para mabuhay ako ng normal ulit…at pag iniisip ko yung kalagayan ko ay nagiging stressful lang ako…kaya di ko na lang iniisip yun. Iniisip ko na lang na trial ito ng God sa akin kung gaano ako katatag (It is important for me to accept my condition so that I could live a normal life again…and if I will often think of my condition it will just be too stressful.  I’m thinking that this is just God’s trial for Him to know how strong I am),” says Andrew.

Last Updated (Friday, 13 April 2012 12:05)

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ARV Drug Holiday

Its Effects and Consequences

What is a treatment interruption?

  • A "treatment interruption" refers to a period of time when people with HIV/AIDS (PLHIVs) stop taking their ARV medications. Some people refer to this break as a "drug holiday".
  • A "structured treatment interruption" refers to a break in treatment that is agreed upon, planned and monitored together by PHAs and their doctors.

Last Updated (Thursday, 19 May 2011 17:05)

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Human Rights and HIV


Human rights are a set of universal entitlements that individuals enjoy irrespective of their sex, nationality, religion, culture or other status, that are inherent to human beings and that are proclaimed and protected by international law.

Last Updated (Thursday, 19 May 2011 16:59)

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AIDS-related stigma and discrimination refers to prejudice, negative attitudes, abuse and maltreatment directed at people living with HIV and AIDS. They can result in being shunned by family, peers and the wider community; poor treatment in healthcare and education settings; an erosion of rights; psychological damage; and can negatively affect the success of testing and treatment.

Last Updated (Wednesday, 29 June 2011 04:48)

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