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Aaron

CDC Campaign banner of Aaron, a person CDC Campaign banner of Aaron, a person living with HIV since 2011 from St. Louis, Missouri: HIV Treatment Works. Get in Care. Stay in Care. Live Well. Hear his story at  cdc.gov/HIVTreatmentWorks. undetectable. And that makes me unstoppable, says Aaron of St. Louis, Missouri. HIV Treatment Works. Get in Care. Stay in Care. Live Well. Hear his story at  cdc.gov/HIVTreatmentWorks.
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Angie

CDC Campaign banner ad of Angie, a person living with HIV since 1995: Hear this, HIV: I’m going to take care of me so I can take care of those I love, says Angie of Loganville, Georgia. HIV Treatment Works. Get in Care. Stay in Care. Live Well. Hear her story at cdc.gov/HIVTreatmentWorks.
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Ashley

CDC Campaign banner ad of Ashley, a person living with HIV since 2006: Hey, HIV--understand this--we're living together, but I give the orders, says Ashley of Atlanta, Georgia. HIV Treatment Works. Get in Care. Stay in Care. Live Well. Hear his story at cdc.gov/HIVTreatmentWorks. A photo shows Ashley talking with friends.
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Cedric

CDC Campaign banner of Cedric, a person living with HIV since 2012: I'm here. I'm living. I'm happy. So take that, HIV, says Cedric of Bryant, Arkansas. HIV Treatment Works. Get in Care. Stay in Care. Live Well. Hear his story at cdc.gov/HIVTreatmentWorks.
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Chris

CDC Campaign banner of Chris, a person living with HIV in 2010: HIV, my life revolves around the people I love. Not around you, says Chris of Minneapolis, Minnesota. HIV Treatment Works. Get in Care. Stay in Care. Live Well. Hear his story at cdc.gov/HIVTreatmentWorks. A photo shows Chris looking at photo album with his grandmother.
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Christopher

CDC campaign banner of Christopher, a person living with HIV since 1987: HIV, life’s a game, and with treatment, I’m winning it day by day, says Christopher of Washington, DC. HIV Treatment Works. Get in Care. Stay in Care. Live Well. Hear his story at  cdc.gov/HIVTreatmentWorks. A photo shows Christopher bowling.
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Eddie

CDC Campaign banner of Eddie, a person living with HIV since 1987: HIV, you won't stand between me and a long, healthy life, says Eddie of Miami, Florida. HIV Treatment Works. Get in Care. Stay in Care. Live Well. Hear his story at cdc.gov/HIVTreatmentWorks. A photo shows Eddie doing a stretching exercise in a park.
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Elizabeth

CDC Campaign banner of Elizabeth, a person living with HIV since 2001: HIV, you're part of my life, but with treatment, you're not my entire life, says Elizabeth of Boston, Massachussetts. HIV Treatment Works. Get in Care. Stay in Care. Live Well. Hear her story at  cdc.gov/HIVTreatmentWorks. A photo shows Elizabeth petting her dog.
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Jada

Banner ad of Jada, a person living with HIV since 1995. I’m here to tell HIV that I’m a survivor. It takes a lot more than three little letters to stop me, says Jada of New Orleans, Louisiana. HIV Treatment Works. Get in Care. Stay in Care. Live Well. Hear her story.
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Jamie

Banner ad of Jamie, a person living with HIV since 2015. HIV, you have no power here. And if it’s between you and me, I guarantee I’ll win, says Jamie of Atlanta, Georgia. HIV Treatment Works. Get in Care. Stay in Care. Live Well. Hear her story.
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Jennifer

CDC Campaign banner ad of Jennifer, a person living with HIV since 1997: HIV: This is not the end. Just the start of a new way of life, says Jennifer of Ashville, North Carolina. HIV Treatment Works. Get in Care. Stay in Care. Live Well. Hear her story at cdc.gov/HIVTreatmentWorks.
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Katrina

CDC Campaign banner of Katrina, a person living with HIV since 2007: HIV, you may have tried to take my life; but with treatment, I took it back, says Katrina of Decatur, Georgia. HIV Treatment Works. Get in Care. Stay in Care. Live Well. Hear her story at cdc.gov/HIVTreatmentWorks. A photo shows Katrina walking on a sidewalk past a store.
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L'Orangelis

CDC Campaign banner of L'Orangelis, a person living with HIV since 1988: You know what, HIV? There are many things I still want to accomplish and you are not going to stop me, says L'Orangelis of San Juan, Puerto Rico. HIV Treatment Works. Get in Care. Stay in Care. Live Well. Hear her story at cdc.gov/HIVTreatmentWorks. A photo shows L'Orangelis lying on a blanket in a park.
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Malina

CDC Campaign banner of Malina, a person living with HIV since 2010: By managing you, HIV, I can devote all my time and energy to my son, says Malina of Bronx, New York. HIV Treatment Works. Get in Care. Stay in Care. Live Well. Hear his story at cdc.gov/HIVTreatmentWorks. A photo shows Malina hugging her son.
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Quoc

CDC Campaign banner of Quoc, a person living with HIV since 2002: Now that I've learned how to manage living with HIV, my life knows no bounds, says Quoc of Nashville, Tennessee. HIV Treatment Works. Get in Care. Stay in Care. Live Well. Hear his story at cdc.gov/HIVTreatmentWorks. A photo shows a laughing Quoc sitting at a desk.
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Reggie

CDC Campaign banner ad of Reggie, a person living with HIV since 1985: I fought for my country. Now I'm bringing the fight to my HIV, says Reggie of Atlanta, Georgia. HIV Treatment Works. Get in Care. Stay in Care. Live Well. Hear his story at  cdc.gov/HIVTreatmentWorks. A photo of Reggie sitting at a desk writing in a notebook.
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Ryan

This is the CDC HIV Treatment Works Campaign banner of Ryan, a person living with HIV since 2014. “HIV you brought challenges to my life. But those very challenges are not what make me stronger today,” says Ryan, of Columbia, South Carolina. A photo shows a smiling Ryan sitting at his desk wearing a red HIV/AIDS Council Staff shirt.

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Sharmain

CDC Campaign banner of Sharmain, a person born with HIV in 1990: I may have gotten you, HIV. But you will never, ever get the best of me, says Sharmain of Memphis, Tennessee. HIV Treatment Works. Get in Care. Stay in Care. Live Well. Hear her story at cdc.gov/HIVTreatmentWorks.
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Sharon

CDC Campaign banner of Sharon, a person living with HIV since 2003: HIV, you didn't take my voice. You gave me my voice, says Sharon of Bangor, Maine. HIV Treatment Works. Get in Care. Stay in Care. Live Well. Hear her story at cdc.gov/HIVTreatmentWorks.
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Tommy

This is the CDC HIV Treatment Works Campaign banner of Tommy, a person living with HIV since 2010. ‘You do not have me, HIV, I have you,” says Tommy, of Jackson, Mississippi. A photo shows a smiling Tommy holding up a shirt on a hanger as if he is deciding whether or not to wear it.

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Vernial

CDC campaign banner of Vernial, a person living with HIV since 1987: HIV, you didn’t take my hope, and you won’t take my life, says Vernial of Washington, DC. HIV Treatment Works. Get in Care. Stay in Care. Live Well. Hear his story at  cdc.gov/HIVTreatmentWorks. A photo shows Vernial playing a guitar.
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Whitney

Banner ad of Whitney, a person living with HIV since 2010. Get out of my way, HIV. I am strong, and I am here to stay, says Whitney of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. HIV Treatment Works. Get in Care. Stay in Care. Live Well. Hear her story.
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Yuri

CDC Campaign banner of Yuri, a person living with HIV: Think you can slow me down, HIV? Not in this lifetime, says Yuri of Miami, Florida. HIV Treatment Works. Get in Care. Stay in Care. Live Well. Hear his story at cdc.gov/HIVTreatmentWorks.
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