In this post, you will find great HIV Quotes from famous people, such as Mj Rodriguez, Charlize Theron, Magic Johnson, Solange Knowles, Bill Gates. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
When I first found out I had HIV, I had to find somebody who was living with it, who could help me understand my journey and what I was going to have to deal with day-to-day. I found out that a person named Elizabeth Frazier was living with AIDS at the time, and so I called her up, and she took a meeting with me.
90 percent of the cost of malaria drugs has come down because of the work of the Clinton Foundation. There are over 10 million people around the globe today receiving life-saving HIV and AIDS drug treatments because of the Clinton Foundation.
Too many people have already lost their lives to HIV and AIDS, and the more celebrities who can bring attention to the issue, the better.
Being in the design industry, I’ve tended to meet more people who are affected by HIV and AIDS.
Although it is still important to develop an HIV vaccine, we have significant tools already at our disposal that can make a major impact on the trajectory of this epidemic.
I did this role in Life Goes On as an HIV positive character and so emotionally that was the most challenging.
We never got rid of HIV but we have great treatments for it, we never got rid of bacterial infections but we’ve got antibiotics.
HIV’s never been proven to cause AIDS. HIV ain’t ever killed anybody.
For people living with HIV, the knowledge that undetectable equals untransmittable is huge news, not only as a means of preventing transmission, but in breaking down the stigma that many people still experience.
Botswana has an incredible future if it can wrestle the HIV scenario to the ground.
Knowing your HIV status is so important for your future health and that of your loved ones.
There exist thousands of Americans who have AIDS-defining diseases but are HIV negative.
If Planned Parenthood wants to be involved in providing counseling services and HIV testing, they ought not be in the business of providing abortions.
Those who say that climate change doesn’t exist are being understood as the flat-earthers that they are, as the people who deny the link between smoking and cancer, as the people who denied the link between HIV and AIDS.
ACT UP was trying to explain to Americans that AIDS could affect all of us: that health care that ended once your disease was expensive could affect more than gay men with HIV or AIDS. We were trying to tell them about the future – a future they didn’t yet see and would be forced to accept if they failed to act.
I tell you, it’s funny because the only time I think about HIV is when I have to take my medicine twice a day.
HIV infection and AIDS is growing – but so too is public apathy. We have already lost too many friends and colleagues.
Everyone should be tested. Whenever they have a check-up, they should test for HIV, because if we can get to a point in our society where everyone is automatically tested, nobody will fall through the net.
Of course, screening for HIV did essentially eliminate the transmission of this virus by transfusions.
How is AIDS research to progress when the premise of science is questioning but the premise of questioning HIV is considered so dangerous that even venturing into the facts is too great a risk?
Housing Works is the coolest thrift store in the world, because not only are they the best thrift store – they’re not the most thrifty thrift store – but they have amazing stuff and all of their proceeds go directly to kids, mostly homeless kids, living with AIDS and HIV in New York, in the metropolitan area.
Now there are laws in many parts of the world which reflect the best of human nature. These laws treat people touched by HIV with compassion and acceptance. These laws respect universal human rights and they are grounded in evidence.
There are so many different varieties of HIV out there.
I’m part of a team that raises millions of dollars and raises awareness of HIV and AIDS all over the world.