30 Years In, We Are Still Learning From AIDS – NYTimes.com

s AIDS has become entrenched in the United States and elsewhere, a new generation has grown up with little if any knowledge of those dark early days. But they are worth recalling, as a cautionary tale about the effects of the bafflement and fear that can surround an unknown disease and as a reminder of the sweeping changes in medical practice that the epidemic has brought about.

A great article on the history of HIV and it’s impact on our world.

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