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An HIV/AIDS diagnosis used to be a death sentence. That was more than thirty years ago—when there was no effective treatment. Now, some revolutionary news. The medical community confirmed this year that if the amount of HIV in your blood is undetectable you can’t transmit the virus. The implications for more than 36 million HIV-positive people worldwide couldn’t be greater. CGTN’s Karina Huber reports. Bruce Richman was diagnosed with HIV in 2003. He thought it was a death sentence. It wasn’t—thanks to advances in medication. But then he was gripped by another fear. “I felt like a bio hazard. I felt toxic,” said Richman. “I felt that I couldn’t be comfortable with someone who ... Full story

15 December