Because it’s everyone’s responsibility to make the world a better place

The good news is globally deaths are down, after 30 years of dealing with this disease.

The bad news is just because it’s no longer a death sentence (for those who have access to the drugs), 33 million people are dead, 16 million are orphans, there is still no cure and AIDs research funding is slipping.

AIDs is still a threat, to everyone, but if we all face it and continue to actively look for ways to fight it, we can be sure the next generation will be free of it. Face it, fight it, set the globe free.

Published in: on December 1, 2011 at 2:02 AM  Leave a Comment  
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