I have a question for those who are doctors, future doctors, or at least make a living in the healthcare sector. I always thought that Magic Johnson's continued excellent health while living with the HIV virus was an example of an exception and not the rule. But then when I watched the ESPN documentary ("The Announcement"), it discussed how the drugs have just gotten much much better, and lots of people are living with HIV for 20-30 years without every getting full blown AIDS. My question: what is the general prognosis for someone diagnosed with HIV? If I'm a patient who just got my HIV test back and it's positive and I go to see my doctor, what does my doctor tell me? And if it really is that living for 30+ years with HIV is now the rule and not the exception, then how in the world are Trojan and Lifestyles still turning a profit?