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“We are accustomed to raw emotion, to tears even, in HIV workshop settings when the conversation turns to topics like grief and loss. That’s our history. But seldom do we see tears of joy or maybe something deeper, something hard to explain but clearly good, something akin to elation.  That happened in Gananoque, Ontario last week,” says Bob Leahy in his powerful and moving recount of what it’s like to share the U=U news with people living with HIV.

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