A positive diagnosis means you can still live a long, healthy life with proper treatment. The earlier a person is diagnosed the better! Don’t wait to be tested for HIV. People who are HIV positive should be closely following a treatment regiment (antiretroviral medications) and checking in with a doctor. The currently available medications are safe and effective. They help keep people healthy and also help prevent a person from spreading HIV to others.
Source: Cohen et al., NEJM 2012
If you are HIV positive and are seeking treatment, please call The Miriam Hospital Immunology Center at 401-793-2928 or email Dr. Philip A. Chan at firstname.lastname@example.org. All calls are confidential. The clinic is located at 1125 North Main Street in Providence, Rhode Island.
AIDS Project RI: I Tested Positive for HIV – Now what?
AIDS.gov: HIV Positive
Rhode Island HIV/AIDS Hotline: 1-800-726-3010