Thriving and surviving: ageing well with HIV

May, James
March 2009
HIV Australia;2009, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p29
Academic Journal
The article discusses the condition of three HIV-positive individuals belonging to the LGBT community who the author had interviewed as the author discusses the social context of HIV in Australia. Based on the responses among the three HIV-positive individuals, the author asserts that living with HIV has become easier due to the awareness of their. However, social and support networks have become important aspects among the affected individuals thriving and surviving with HIV.


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