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An HIV diagnosis is not synonymous with an AIDS diagnosis, and does not mean a bleak prognosis.

Reviewed by P.W. Payne, M.D. | Public Health

The evolution of HIV/AIDS treatment has helped many patients enjoy normal life expectancy.

Progress has been made in HIV and AIDS prevention, but misinformation continues to flourish.

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