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Mike Godfrey was 19 when he found out he had H.I.V.

 

He was 29 when he began antiretroviral therapy.

 

He was 43 when he had a heart attack.

 
I am HIV positive. Do I need to start anti-HIV medications?
Even though you are HIV positive, you may not need to start treatment right away. When to start anti-HIV (also called antiretroviral) medications depends on:
 
CNN) -- A vaccine to prevent HIV infection, the virus that leads to AIDS, has shown modest results for the first time, researchers have found, raising hopes that a disease that kills millions every year may someday be beaten.
   

The latest statistics of the global HIV and AIDS were published by UNAIDS in November 2009, and refer to the end of 2008.

 
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