Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle Reveals He Is HIV Positive

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"It has been a long journey, from the fear of acceptance and today, hopefully, advocacy, knowing that my treatment keeps me healthy and protects any partner that I may have".

"Etched into much of the public's memory as a death sentence, HIV conjures images of gravestones and a life marked by tragedy". I know the whole Labour Party is proud of him.

"Thanks to activists and campaigners, from Act Up to parliamentarians like Lloyd and Chris Smith, stigma against people with HIV is gradually lessening".

"But we must remain vigilant against prejudice, and we must fight for everyone to have access to effective treatment".

He said he had made a decision to speak out to help others seek treatment and fight the stigma surrounding the disease. He is the second MP to disclose that he is living...

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He's the only current Member of Parliament to reveal he has the virus. "You walk out feeling totally numb, with a million things going through your mind, and at the same time a sense of absolute nothingness".

Said Russell-Moyle of World AIDS Day: "Such events are also deeply personal to me".

Health officials have confirmed that there are now 72 people living with HIV in the Cayman Islands, after seven new infections were diagnosed between January and September of this year and one person died.

This monumental feat has aligned with this year's World AIDS Day.

The reduction has been attributed to the success in HIV prevention efforts among men with have sex with men, with PHE citing increased condom use, frequent HIV testing, and the use of HIV-prevention drugs (PrEP).

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