China – Little support for HIV positive gay men

As number of rural men with HIV grows, treatment remains woefully inadequate   More than seven months after he was confirmed HIV-positive, Xiao Wang still doesn’t know whether he should start taking antiretroviral drugs. The 26-year-old, who lives in a small city in China’s heartland, believes he was exposed to the virus last when he had sex with another man. For Wang, just getting confirmation that he was positive was a nightmare. In fact, he received conflicting test results along the way: first positive, then negative, then positive again. But that wasn’t the worst of it. In a recent

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