Piecing the Puzzle Together
PA asked a few activists, advocates, and medical providers for their take on the state of HIV/AIDS knowledge in the U.S. and the level of comfort Americans have with people who are living with HIV/AIDS. Here's what they had to say about how these things connect to the fear, denial, and silence that keep people from getting tested, into care, and successfully maintained there. They also have some ideas about how to improve the general public's knowledge and reduce stigma.
This article was provided by Test Positive Aware Network. It is a part of the publication Positively Aware. Visit TPAN's website to find out more about their activities, publications and services.
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