Living with HIV

Sithu Aung, 29, was diagnosed with the HIV virus on October 8, 2002 after he took a test to donate blood. In addition to work in construction, Aung also volunteers taking care of hospitalized patients. Photo by Gary Knight

Sithu Aung, 29, was diagnosed with the HIV virus on October 8, 2002 after he took a test to donate blood. In addition to work in construction, Aung also volunteers taking care of hospitalized patients. Photo by Gary Knight

This series of images are a collaboration between Gary Knight and the subjects who are all Burmese, all HIV carriers and all receiving anti retro viral treatment. The subjects of these portraits decided that they wanted to share what it was like living with HIV and what a difference the drug intervention had made in their lives.

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