In the first-of-its-kind book, Positively Negative, we meet two couples who strive to have a child the old-fashioned way, even though in both couples, the man has HIV. In this excerpt, Susan and Dan Hartmann try for a family by using treatment as prevention and timed sex, just as researchers were discovering whether that would work.
In the first few days or weeks after finding out you are HIV-positive, you’ll have a lot of basic questions and you’ll need some straightforward answers to help stay healthy, protect yourself and others, and move forward with what should be a long, happy life. Here’s what we know.
Bookmark this for your boss — or yourself — next time someone needs to be politely but firmly reminded of your right to work.
Here’s Why Levi Strauss and Co. May Just Be the Best Place in America to Work if You’re HIV-Positive
For decades, the company built on ethical treatment of workers has offered a lesson on how to support poz employees