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New essential medicines and diagnostics lists published
July 2019 issue of The Lancet HIV now online
Making the European Patients' Academy on Therapeutic Innovation sustainable
Medicines shortages: take part in a survey of the EU Civil Society Forum on HIV, Hepatitis and TB
Koen Block - Reporting from the Breach meeting 'Beyond Viral Supression'
Jackie Morton - Disclosure? No exposure!
Call for applications: Continuous Patient Education (CoPE) new call opens
Call for applications: Continuous Patient Education (CoPE) Special call about Living & Ageing with HIV (Quality of Life)
"I found out I had HIV when I was pregnant for the first time, in 2009. In Kyrgyzstan, all women are tested during pregnancy twice, once early on and once later in the pregnancy. They say it is your choice whether to get tested, but if you don't then you cannot get maternity services. The result was a shock but I wanted to have my child.
My medical card has a code on it which shows that I have HIV to anyone who knows the codes... as soon as people in the hospital saw that code, they didn't want to help me
When people came to help with the birth, they were dressed up with gloves and suits and masks like spacemen
They left us in isolation the whole time I was there recovering, even when the baby was crying. It was awful
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