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”I give him drugs to protect him”, HIV positive mother says, as world marks AIDS Day

By Reuters
03 December 2022   |   7:43 am
Grace Jonathan was devastated when she was confirmed HIV positive. Young and pregnant, the 22-year-old also became suicidal after her fiancé abandoned her. Today, she has a healthy 8-month-old baby, thanks to an early test and routine drugs.

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