Category Archives: Week 14 (12/10)

The first decade of the emergence of HIV/AIDS epidemic was marked—perhaps marred—by the emergence of terrible stigmas against those who were infected with the disease, or associated with the disease. However, to say that the stigmas that came from the … Continue reading

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The AIDs Challenge to the Public Health Status Quo

HIV/AIDs has been, for the past three decades, one of the most recent epidemics and quite possibly the most feared contagious disease. AIDs is unique compared to other contagious diseases that were a great challenge to bring to an end, … Continue reading

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