Published in AIDS Weekly, October 26th, 1998
The man said his personal experience bears out the U.S. statistics that AIDS deaths dropped 47 percent in 1997.
"I'm not going to as many funerals as I used to," he said. "On the other hand, we're not all sitting around jumping for joy because there are people who are very sick. It may well be that they're not going to die right away, but the quality of their life is not good."
The 44-year-old man credits new drugs with the fact his HIV infection has not turned into...
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