Myths about HIV and AIDS

FAST FACTS:

  • There are lots of myths around, but the facts of how you can get HIV, and how you can protect yourself, are very simple.
  • By knowing the facts about HIV, you can save yourself a lot of worry and help to bust myths and misconceptions.
  • One of the most common myths people living with HIV hear is that they can be cured. There’s no cure yet for HIV, but antiretroviral treatment works and will keep someone living with HIV healthy.
     https://www.avert.org/hiv-transmission-prevention/myths

Published by LaToya Murchison

She is the epitome of grace. Psalm 73:26 My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever. LaToya was diagnosed with HIV in 2018. Since then she has become an HIV Advocate under Toya’s Quiet Storm. Toya’s Quiet Storm will bring awareness to HIV prevention, fight stigma, and answer lingering questions for (friends, advocates, family members, and people living with HIV. I will share also share my story including how I cope with my diagnose. LaToya is an Amazon bestselling author of Reflections of A Praying Heart and Moment of Reflections. In addition, She has also published four books entitled Creative Media Bag, Anika’s Story, Poetic Expressions, and A Praying Heart: Learning How To Pray Your Way Through. Latoya is the owner of LDM Creative. She has assisted countless authors with developing their online presence and digital footprint. When LaToya isn’t working to bring awareness to HIV and other chronic diseases; she enjoys spending time with family and working with the youth in her church.

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