K4Health Legacy – Knowledge SUCCESSIt was 4 July , and I thought that was it for me. I thought I was a risk to others, and on a countdown to death. And one in three would be uncomfortable giving first aid to someone living with HIV, even if they are on effective treatment. A year ago, I was terrified and anxious that I could, and would, infect someone. Meeting a new partner was now out of the question. With every action I took, I though about every possible scenario that could result in me injuring myself.
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'I Am HIV Positive, So What?' Says World Champion Pradip Kumar In A Book
Until December 15, , Khundrakpam Pradipkumar Singh was nobody. While Johnson called it quits after being diagnosed with HIV, Pradip remained undaunted in the face of all odds. He was determined to excel in his chosen field despite warnings from doctors and adverse comments from society. And he went on to win several medals and titles, defeating the virus in his body. Excerpted with permission from Bloomsbury Publishing India. He was terribly depressed and started living a solitary life even as his parents and siblings stood by him and assured all the support.
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A book based on the real life story of world bodybuilding championship bronze medallist and HIV positive Indian bodybuilder Khundrakpam Pradipkumar who made the world surprised was released at the Press Club of India in New Delhi on Friday., While Johnson called it quits after being diagnosed with HIV, Pradip remained undaunted in the face of all odds. He was determined to excel in his chosen field despite warnings from doctors and adverse comments from society.
Once home, Pradip recalled what his parents had told him a couple of months ago. They said some of his neighbourhood friends had died of some mysterious disease when he was away in Nainital for his PG course in Nobody had any clue — some people thought it was TB, others dismissed the idea saying they had died of drug overdose. Pradip was upset hearing these grisly stories. He could sense all was not well in Manipur. He learnt that many youngsters had died and nobody did anything to save them; he cursed the government authorities for their inability to help these people. All them were drug addicts.