It can be scary to hear that someone has died of HIV-related complications. Therapist Gary McClain helps in coping with the news.
Everyone has a story. In the 31 years of the HIV epidemic, we are all in some way affected by HIV – whether we are living with HIV, a friend, a loved one of someone with HIV, a caregiver, or a community member. Through the Facing AI...
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People who aren't on antiretrovirals early and consistently have shorter lives and more complications, which means 3 in 10 people with HIV still die from AIDS-related complications.