However for many of us who work supporting people with HIV, what has been in sight in past few years has been the destitution, and abject poverty so many people we support are facing. Working at Positively UK, day in and day out we see so many more homeless people, people with no recourse to public funds, people who struggle to access basic public benefits.
The key messages on this World AIDS day is: we are not going to medicalise ourselves out of the HIV epidemic; unless we address stigma, HIV will continue to grow in our communities. HIV stigma continues being a barrier to people accessing services, including prevention, testing treatment and care.
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