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It's one thing to be out and gay, but if you add on this issue about healthcare...
you walk in and they're like "that's a health liability right there, we don't want them working here".
He started to learn about little-discussed research showing that people who had reached an undetectable viral load had no risk of passing on the virus.
No patient with an undetectable viral load has ever transmitted the virus to an HIV-negative partner.
'When the CDC came out and backed it, it's like "wow, this is for real, I really can feel confident that my medication will remove my risk 100 percent".'When Vaughan was first diagnosed, it was her then-15-year-old daughter who 'punched AIDS into Google and said "hey mom this is totally treatable"'. But she started taking ART and began sharing her story via You Tube to educate other women like her - since new diagnoses among women are not slowing down as fast as they are in gay men, who are the target of most public health campaigns.
She was diagnosed with AIDS, which develops from the final stage of HIV.But it's not about f***ing around, it's about being able to experience relationships and intimacy and confidence in yourself like anyone else without shame and guilt and a fear that you are a risk.'Jennifer Vaughan, 47, is a heterosexual mother-of-three and substitute teacher in Watsonville, California, who contracted HIV from a boyfriend she briefly dated after her divorce.Vaughan did not find out until she started to fall severely ill, bed-ridden with cold sores and flu symptoms in 2015.But despite sharing his diagnosis with partners and close family, he kept that side of his life low-profile for 15 years as he moved up in the ranks at Teach for America, the Dance Institute of Washington, and a global fashion wholesale brand.Over the years, he quietly educated himself about medication, prevention, the rates of diagnoses and studies for new treatments.
And public health researchers insist that mental shift will be a game changer for both HIV-positive and HIV-negative people, inspiring more people to get tested and get on medication so they can become undetectable.