Heroes, Heartbreak & Hope: How AIDS made us better
The mysterious deaths of young gay men set off a wave of fear and loathing in Metro that; took dedicated medical professionals and years of public education to curb
By Denise Ryan, Vancouver Sun
November 23, 2013 - In three decades, more than 70 million people across the globe have become infected with HIV and 35 million have died. Much of the burden of the pandemic has shifted to sub-Saharan Africa and outcomes, at least in the Western world, have been profoundly transformed by anti-retroviral therapies.
In spite of these shifts, or perhaps because of them, AIDS is coming out of the closet. Again.
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