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What Were 2011's Biggest Setbacks? What Are Your Hopes for 2012?

December 1, 2011

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Cora Giddens

Cora Giddens, Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas

I think 2012 will be better than the past, because of health care reform and the National HIV/AIDS Strategy. I also think we're trying to put HIV/AIDS back out there in the focus. I think the media is reaching out a bit better. They were doing great in the beginning, then they slacked off. But I think that's because we became apathetic. I think that we're becoming more vocal. We're getting a better voice again. And I see things getting better. I do. But I think it's still going to be a fight. We still need to do some marches. We still need to do some chants. We still need to lock arms, and fight.

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