i had a friend who is dead 25 years from HIV,
we where partners.
we always used the same works.shooting gallerys
well i'm still here and never got HIV,
but i do have hep c for 30 or 40 years now;
i now some people are immune to HIV,/
but i did get hep c, .it just don't make any scene
WELL ANY WAY hep c in doing a job on my body,
feeling ice cold then walk in to the meth clinic and have to take off my jacket,
(get hot so fast),
anyway the meth gives me energy to do a few things,never wanted to grow into and old *******.
i hoping i don't live to much longer in 65 and thats and old man
Sorry to hear about your friend/partner,very sad and sorry to hear that you have the HCV.You have to be strong and it seems like you are as you have had this virus for many years.You were very fortunate not to contract HIV and you should be happy about this.I wish you all the best.
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