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HIV community group asks Londoners’ experience of medication

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  1. I hope this will be extended further through the UK … a great opportunity to see if the reassurances about the regime change is being adhered to …

  2. When the new arrangements were anounnced I was quite happy to change if this was required as I knew that the NNTRI I take is a second generation drug, relatively new and therefore likely to be scrutinised (I am unable to take Efavirenz).

    My consultant confirmed that I would not be asked to change which was good news. I’ve completed the survey, its very straight forward, and I would encourage everyone taking treatment to complete the survey so that a full picture can be established across London.

    1. Spanner1960 27 Nov 2011, 2:55am

      More lame conspiracy theories.
      This is also about London and UK, not USA.

      1. HIV and AIDS is a world problem, troll.

      2. “More lame conspiracy theories.”

        Agreed. The whole video is a plug for some paranoid quack who’s “evidence” is, funnily enough, all of the circumstantial “house of cards” type.

  3. Jock S. Trap 15 Dec 2011, 11:23am

    Was happy to take part in this.

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