'I thought I was going to die' Gareth Thomas opens up on HIV diagnosis

“And after a while, I learnt that that wasn’t the case. I learnt that, without knowledge, science and medicine had moved on to a point where somebody living with HIV could live a happy, normal, healthy life.

“But I felt – because nobody had ever spoken about it to me, even though I understood it, I felt wary about telling other people.

“Because I thought if I talk about it, everyone else is going to think the worst.”

He went on: “So, I was trying to think of times to tell people, and I told a few people, and some I thought I’d trusted.

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