Reader's View: There is hope for a world without HIV/AIDS
This deadly virus has devastated families and entire communities.
It has been 40 years since the first cases of AIDS were reported. Globally, over the last 40 years, 32 million lives have been taken by HIV/AIDS. This deadly virus has devastated families and entire communities.
Today, there is hope thanks to scientists and activists that our world could be free from AIDS within our lifetimes.
Hallandale Beach, Florida
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