Ending AIDS is as much a social challenge as a clinical one. One of the clearest lessons of the past three decades is that illiteracy and poverty fuel the spread of HIV and that education can slow it.
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After all these years I am shocked at how little we in America talk about "it" and how the silence surrounding "it" is killing us quicker than the disease.
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