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This content was published on March 29, 2018

This week, Jenni tells us about living with a serious illness. She is HIV-positive, and says that some people are ashamed to be friends with her. On the sunny side, she believes many people in her position live longer than those that are HIV negative, because they take such good care of their health. 

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