Young people living with HIV speak out to end AIDS by 2030


WASHINGTON, Mar 3: Huge advances since the virus was discovered in the 1980s mean that with the right medication, it can be brought down to undetectable levels and cannot be transmitted.

But AIDS is still the second biggest killer of young people worldwide (behind only road accidents), because many don’t have access to treatment or don’t even know they have HIV.
Alex, Becky, Krishen, Horcelie and Jimmy were all part of a month-long speakers tour highlighting that there’s still work to be done.
We caught up with some of them afterwards.


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