HIV Positive in Thailand

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In 2009, there were an estimated 1,115,415 million people living with HIV in Thailand. Since then, the number of people living with HIV has almost doubled, so how can this beast be tamed?
The key is HIV disclosure. However, many people living with HIV lack the tenacity to stand up and speak out about living with HIV, because they fear being ostracized and stigmatised.
Yet, Positive Light for Positive Living HIV Disclosure Mission, a not-for-profit public charity, believes encouraging those living with HIV to relinquish their fear of disclosing their diagnosis with sexual partners, can be achieved, along as members in the community render compassion and support to those living with HIV.
As a result, inside the pages of this book are the key ingredients needed to encourage those living with HIV to take an active role in helping combat this global epidemic.

Fowler, B.L.
Category: Product ID: 2149

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In 2009, there were an estimated 1,115,415 million people living with HIV in Thailand. Since then, the number of people living with HIV has almost doubled, so how can this beast be tamed?
The key is HIV disclosure. However, many people living with HIV lack the tenacity to stand up and speak out about living with HIV, because they fear being ostracized and stigmatised.
Yet, Positive Light for Positive Living HIV Disclosure Mission, a not-for-profit public charity, believes encouraging those living with HIV to relinquish their fear of disclosing their diagnosis with sexual partners, can be achieved, along as members in the community render compassion and support to those living with HIV.
As a result, inside the pages of this book are the key ingredients needed to encourage those living with HIV to take an active role in helping combat this global epidemic.

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