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Thank you for this, Kelly. I thought back to my experiences in South Africa when we first heard of HIV and the stumbling attempts to address the crisis when we knew so little and had virtually no resources.
The fact that it's been around for 30 years blows my mind. Soon we will have generations who never knew life without HIV/AIDS. I still have hope (Berlin Patient?) that a cure will be found in my lifetime.
Tony - Vancouver, BC. Canada.
"I have the body of an 18 year old. I keep it in the fridge" - Spike Milligan.
Those who only talk about it are usually passed up by those who are quiet & actually doing it. Life's a climb but the view is great.
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