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    HIV Myths & Facts: Slideshow
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    Andie_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Having HIV means you have AIDS. HIV can be cured. Sex is safe when both partners have HIV. Are these statements myth or fact?

    Everyone, at one point or another, has heard one of those statements and wondered if they were true. If you hadn't you probably wouldn't be here looking for answers and input!

    Check out this slideshow on HIV Myths & Facts that will give you the answers so you know what to say next time you're confronted with a questionable comment about HIV/AIDS.

    Have you heard any other common myths about HIV or AIDS that you're wondering about? Ask away!

    Knowledge is the antidote to fear. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
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