7 Ways to Correct the Top 'Alternative Facts' About HIV

7 Ways to Correct the Top 'Alternative Facts' About HIV

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In the Media, Online or Face-to-Face

Many of us encounter factual assertions about HIV that aren't actually true, whether in the media, online discourse or face-to-face encounters. Just recently, we've seen online explosions related to Charlie Sheen's HIV status being a response to his political tweets; speculation on the "real" cause of George Michael's death and difficult conversations about Mike Pence's complicity in an HIV outbreak in Indiana.

Many of us encounter factual assertions about HIV that aren't actually true, whether in the media, online discourse or face-to-face encounters. Just recently, we've seen online explosions related to Charlie Sheen's HIV status being a response to his political tweets; speculation on the "real" cause of George Michael's death and difficult conversations about Mike Pence's complicity in an HIV outbreak in Indiana.

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