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People who are diagnosed with HIV are vulnerable. Being diagnosed with HIV has effects on self-behavior and behavior within the society. People living with HIV could feel isolated and are in need of support, given the fact that prejudice and ignorance exists regarding HIV-infections.

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On July 30, 2015, the White House released the National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States: Updated to 2020. This updated Strategy reflects the hard work accomplished and the lessons learned since the original Strategy was released in 2010. Moreover, it incorporates the scientific advances that could one day bring the United States, and the world, closer to virtually eliminating new HIV infections, effectively supporting all people with HIV to lead long and healthy lives, and eliminating the disparities that persist among some populations.

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To implement the National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States: Updated to 2020, Federal agencies and offices developed a detailed Action Plan outlining the specific steps they will take to implement the priorities set forth by the Strategy. This Federal Action Plan (772 KB) was released on World AIDS Day, December 1, 2015.

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f you are diagnosed with HIV, your physical health is not the only issue you have to deal with. Along with the physical illness are mental health conditions that may come up, such as depression and anxiety. Mental health refers to the overall well-being of a person, including a person's mood, emotions, and behavior. Many people have strong reactions when they find out they are HIV positive, including feelings such as fear, anger, and a sense of being overwhelmed. Often people feel helpless, sad, and anxious about the illness. These feelings are normal. With time, hopefully, these feelings will fade--although we are not able to cure HIV we do have excellent treatments, and people with HIV can lead long and full lives. But HIV can have a major impact on many parts of your life. People with HIV and those close to them are subject to many things that may affect their mental health..

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When a pregnant woman is HIV-positivWhen a pregnant woman is HIV-positive and not taking antiretroviral drugs, she has a 15% to 45% chance of passing the virus on to her baby, according to the World Health Organization. With treatment throughout pregnancy, delivery and breastfeeding, this risk falls below 5%. Most countries, including Uganda, readily offer HIV testing when women come in for pregnancy checkups and offer treatment on-site for those found to be infected. But this was not the case when Mukite was born. After disclosing her HIV status, Mukite's mother was kicked out of their home by their father, but with nowhere to go and no one to care for her, returned home and died a few weeks later.e and not taking antiretroviral drugs, she has a 15% to 45% chance of passing the virus on to her baby, according to the World Health Organization. With treatment throughout pregnancy, delivery and breastfeeding, this risk falls below 5%. Most countries, including Uganda, readily offer HIV testing when women come in for pregnancy checkups and offer treatment on-site for those found to be infected. But this was not the case when Mukite was born. After disclosing her HIV status, Mukite's mother was kicked out of their home by their father, but with nowhere to go and no one to care for her, returned home and died a few weeks later.

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