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Four years after being diagnosed with HIV, Benny shares his experience of recovering from COVID-19.
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I am Angel and I am from the southern part of Africa. I am 39 years old and this is my story.
I have been living with HIV for over 22 years, five of which I was unaware I was positive.
What does consent mean? Is consent always an enthusiastic ‘yes’, or is it sometimes the absence of a ‘no’?
I sero-converted back in 2003 and was very clear in my own mind, I didn’t want to be defined by HIV.
Matthew Hall was diagnosed with HIV as a 23-year-old in 1995. Given effective antiretroviral treatment was yet to become available, HIV was considered a death sentence at this time.