Assisting the HIV-related issues on positive foreigners in Taiwan, is always the one of PRAA’s concern. Bean, a Malaysian shared his personal experience living with HIV. He founded positive in TW and backed to MY for treatment. Now he stays in TW due to the law amendment in 2015, studies for M.D. and accompanies with his partner.
Bean / May 3, 2016
I am a Malaysian, recently studying in Taiwan as a master degree student. I used to work here in Taiwan in year 2007 to 2012, I was recover myself contracted with virus HIV+, later I to quit my job and when back to my homeland for better convenience medication support. One year later I started my first administer drugs, therefore, I have to take my medicine every single day to avoid the virus increase and allowed me to live healthy.
In year 2015, the Taiwan government allowed people with HIV+ to enter the country for study and work. I return to Taiwan at the same year, another reason is to living together with my partner. I was facing pressure to get my medication in time, Fortunately I had found Person with HIV/AIDS Rights advocacy Association, They gave me a lot of define advise, such as medication wise. I feel very thankful with that, It solve out a lot of problem.
I strongly recommend, if you have any question about your rights or your medication advice, please do not hesitate to contact Person with HIV/AIDS Rights advocacy Association(PRAA).I am sure they will admit to help for solving your problem.
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