‘Invisible epidemic’: progress against HIV leaves young Latino men behind

[From The Guardian, February, 2019]

“Hector was working hard in class to please his immigrant parents when the 17-year-old was struck down with a fever.

Unable to keep food or liquids down, he spent two weeks on the couch of his family home in the Bronx. It took several doctors and numerous tests before blood work indicated he had HIV. His viral load had soared to near-fatal levels.”

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