Unfortunately, HIV is incurable. But modern medicine allows people with such diagnosis to prolong their lives.
With the help of the modern medicine, the lives of these people don’t differ from the lives of healthy people.
Greg Louganis (the world champion in highboard diving)
The athlete discovered that he had HIV in 1988. Despite the fact, the athlete took part in different competitions and even in Olympic Games. In 1994, Greg made a coming out.
Andreas Lundstedt (the musician)
Andreas confessed to having the virus in 2007; later he underwent the therapy. Today, the musician admits that HIV does not prevent him from living a full life.
Charlie Sheen (the actor)
Charlie learned about his diagnosis in 2011, and in 2015 he made a frank confession. The actor learned to live with this virus. Now he is positive about his future. Sheen claims that he will be the first person to be completely cured of the virus. Well, we hope he will be the first but not the last.
Nadja Benaissa (the former member of the band “No Angels”)
Nadja learned about having HIV from her partner, who confessed to catching the virus from her. Later the man filed the girl to the court. The singer was sentenced to 2 years in prison and 300 hours of community service.
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