- n. alternative spelling of HIV positive.
“When I first heard the term HIV-positive, I thought it was a good thing, because the classification had the word positive in it.”
“And long-term HIV-positive men have a fiftyfold greater risk of developing testicular cancer than the general population.”
“Ms. Theron seemed a little distracted—"It's been a tough day," she said—but explained that Dior was kindly donating money to her endeavor, which helps with care and education for HIV-positive children in Africa.”
“The law that banned HIV-positive non-U.S. citizens from traveling or immigrating to the United States officially ended.”
“So he decided to form a Christian network to reach out to those suspected of being HIV-positive, get them tested, then help those found to have the disease.”
“Many of them are HIV-positive, and all of them are outcasts in a society that is struggling to recover.”
“Most of them are displaced, most of them are hungry, most of them are struggling with the challenges of being HIV-positive in a time of cholera.”
“These HIV-positive people speak with an unusually sophisticated knowledge of the technical matters of their health.”
“It's not that plausible that a 28-year-old HIV-positive man will go dancing at Splash on a Wednesday night and look down to see that his femur has snapped in half.”
“Instead, he leads a group called APIA Association of People Infected and Affected by HIV/AIDS that serves people who are HIV-positive and those with family members who are living with or have died from the disease.”
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