UW Health: World AIDS Day
Summary by Ground NewsIn 1984, national media attention was focused on a 13-year-old hemophiliac named Ryan White who was infected with a mysterious virus after a blood transfusion. Ryan was eventually able to attend school, get a job and enjoy many of the activities of teens everywhere. He passed away in 1990, a month before his high school graduation.
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Get Healthy Carson City: World AIDS Day
Dec. 1 is World AIDS Day. This purpose of this day is to raise awareness that HIV/AIDS is still among us, a day to unite with others around the world to prevent HIV, support people with HIV, and remember those who have lost their lives to an HIV-related illness. Many believe the disease is no longer a threat, while others may tone it out, and many think only targeted populations can get it.
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National Institutes of Health (NIH)…
NIH Statement on World AIDS Day
In the 34 years since the first observance of World AIDS Day, transformational progress has been made in the global fight against HIV/AIDS, yet challenges remain. Today, we at the National Institutes of Health reflect on the 40 million lives lost to the disease and renew our commitment to the research necessary to end the global pandemic.
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