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How has life changed for those living with HIV?

BBC Africa HYS Team | 12:38 UK time, Wednesday, 8 June 2011

 

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Thirty years into the fight against HIV/AIDS the UN is meeting this week to chart progress and discuss the way forward. So we have decided to hand the airwaves over to those in the best position to give a verdict on how far we have come: HIV positive people.

Are you living with HIV? If so, is your quality of life better than it would have been had you been diagnosed thirty years ago? Do you still face stigma in your community? How has treatment changed?

Please get in touch and tell us your story. If you would like to appear LIVE on the programme on Tuesday 12 December at 1600 GMT, please include a telephone number. It will not be published.

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