Most people with HIV contract it in their "prime years." The same time when they are learning about themselves, discovering their partners, and building a home. 

You might think that having HIV would disqualify you from being a chef, but it actually doesn't matter in food prep. HIV can't sustain itself in food. Wash your hands, cover your cuts, and wear a glove just like everyone else!

Even if you have HIV, with careful pregnancy management, and sperm washing, it is possible for you to have a child with the person you love.  

HIV, before drug therapy, used to mean an early death sentence. However, with managed medication, and healthy habits, you can still live a long life.  

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World wide thousands of medical professionals, firefighters, policeman, EMTs and other support roles contract an infection on the job. HIV and hepatitis B the two most common.   

HIV is an equal opportunity offender. It affects those in the LGBT community just as badly as in heterosexual couples.