Myanmar’s HIV patients shunned despite progress in treatment

By Ei Cherry Aung LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Shortly after Cho’s husband passed away at his parent’s home his family called to tell her he had died of AIDS and said she should get tested. In September, the former market stallholder went for another HIV test. “As soon as I found out I had HIV, I felt really sad as well as upset,” the 43-year-old said, wiping tears from her cheeks.
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