AIDS is still a killer dis­ease

Manchester Evening News - - LETTERS, COMMENTS AND EMAILS -

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

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