AIDS is still a killer disease
EVERY year on December the 1 the world remembers those who have died and are battling AIDS.
AIDS in today’s society is not something that is still talked about but should be.
Society needs to understand that AIDS has not gone away and there’s no cure for this devastating illness.
AIDS is one of the most singular health disasters that has been known to mankind since the Spanish Flu in 1918. AIDS is also preventable with the correct use of the appropriate condoms. Using condoms will not only delay but may even stop the development of AIDS, they can also prevent the illnesses related to sexual infections at the same time.
AIDS does not care about your sexuality, your sex, your age, your religion or you education and social standing, AIDS can and does effect everyone in societies all over the world. Mr G Jarvis, Gorton