We interviewed some of you about living with HIV - and you can watch the inspiring films here.
Talks about his experiences of living with HIV for over 30 years and how it's affecting him as he gets older.
Talks about being told she had HIV when she was 11, how it affected her and how she dealt with stigma.
Found out he had HIV while caring for his mother. He shares the emotional fallout of his diagnosis and how he learnt to look after himself.
Talks about being diagnosed, going on treatment and how with the right support and care you can live as normal a life as anyone without HIV.
Talks about being diagnosed in prison in 1987 and how she survived two bouts of breast cancer.
Shares his experience of diagnosis and talks about why people who are HIV positive deserve as much respect as anyone else.
Shares the importance of taking medication and explains why she's passionate about stopping stigma in the church.
Shares his reaction to his diagnosis and explains why, in this age of treatment and care, there is now nothing to be afraid of.
Talks about his experiences in dating after he was diagnosed and the benefits of testing and taking medication.
Shares why he avoided HIV treatment until he collapsed at his dad's birthday party. He's now on treatment and in good health.
Various people talk about their experiences of living with HIV.
CAB - Citizens Advice Bureau
HIV Drug Interactions
George House Trust
Equality and Human Rights Commission
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