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pozmagazine:

Thirty years after people first started dying from a then-unknown virus, we face a thrilling tipping point in AIDS history. Leading scientists say the end of the pandemic is possible, maybe even in our lifetime. Now, the question is: How do we seize this moment? Here, we spell out our suggestions for what we need to lay HIV to rest. Click here for more.

In light of the recent US Conference on AIDS, I thought a repost of this article would be timely.  Though it requires a lot of dedication and hard work, we could see the end of AIDS epidemic in our lifetimes.  I don’t know about you, but that’s some hella hopeful news, no?

pozmagazine:

Thirty years after people first started dying from a then-unknown virus, we face a thrilling tipping point in AIDS history. Leading scientists say the end of the pandemic is possible, maybe even in our lifetime. Now, the question is: How do we seize this moment? Here, we spell out our suggestions for what we need to lay HIV to rest. Click here for more.

In light of the recent US Conference on AIDS, I thought a repost of this article would be timely.  Though it requires a lot of dedication and hard work, we could see the end of AIDS epidemic in our lifetimes.  I don’t know about you, but that’s some hella hopeful news, no?

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