Personal Stories

Take Control, Learn, Connect!

Take Control, Learn, Connect!

Recently Diagnosed Workshop by Ewan Summersbey Since I started working at Positively UK, I think one of the most rewarding pieces of work I’ve done is to be part of the team that delivers our Recently Diagnosed Workshop. I’ve been living with HIV for twelve years. It’s easy for me to
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Proudly Undetectable

Proudly Undetectable

Positively UK, staff, service users, peer mentors and associates strutted through the streets of central London on Saturday 7th July for Pride in London. David – Peer youth worker,  organiser of Positively UK at Pride in London this year, tells us how it went and why Pride still matters to
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James' Story

James’ Story

James Globally, there are 37 million people living with HIV. I am one of them and I want to share my story. I was diagnosed HIV positive in the summer of 1996, aged 25. I got my diagnosis very early, within weeks of the original exposure. I have never suffered
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Testing Positive: Tim's Story

Testing Positive: Tim’s Story

Testing Positive Many people don’t test for HIV because they’re scared of a positive result, they don’t think HIV affects them or they don’t think they’ve been at risk or are vulnerable to HIV. In support of National HIV Testing Week 18-24 November 2017, Positively UK wants to remove the
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Testing Positive: Jane's Story

Testing Positive: Jane’s Story

Testing Positive Many people don’t test for HIV because they’re scared of a positive result, they don’t think HIV affects them or they don’t think they’ve been at risk or are vulnerable to HIV. In support of National HIV Testing Week 18-24 November 2017, Positively UK wants to remove the
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Testing Positive: Edwin's Story

Testing Positive: Edwin’s Story

Testing Positive Many people don’t test for HIV because they’re scared of a positive result, they don’t think HIV affects them or they don’t think they’ve been at risk or are vulnerable to HIV. In support of National HIV Testing Week 18-24 November 2017, Positively UK wants to remove the
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